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Salmon River News
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em, m unite tftrd, Idaho, will receive prompt attention.
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visit at the River View ranger station.
W. K. Reed, republican candidate
for sheriff and A. L. Donaldson, cash
1er of the Salmon River State bank
were Cottonwood visitors Tuesday.
J. Loyal Adklson left here Sunday
eE route to Lewiston. He recently dis
posed of his Oldsmoblle touring car
and Is now driving an Oakland road
•ter.
Miss Mary MeEntee of Orangeville
Is a visitor at the Geo. Bebean home.
J. B. Berry spent several days in
Lewiston last week, returning Satur
day.
Clak Lyda of
Freedom imssed
through White Bird last week enroute
to his home with a new Buiek
. car,
which he purchased while at Grange
vllle.
J. H. Dickson of
Ludle passed
through White Bird last week enroute
to his ranch with a bunch of cattle,
which he purchased outside.
Dickson was out side about two weeks
and spent part of the time in Lewis
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Frank Sims
Grangeville, Idaho
Physicians and Surgeons
DR. G. S. STOCKTON
Physician and Surgeon
Scales Block, Grangeville, Idaho.
DR. P. J. SCALLON
Physician and Surgeon
Office In G. 8. & T. Co. block.
Osteopath
DR. JOHN SIMONS
Osteopathic Physician
Graduate of American School of Osteo
Sulte 104-106
Treat all
Office
2 to 5 p. m.
pathy, Klrksvllle, Mo.
Wilks Block, Grangeville.
Acute and Ohrouic diseases,
hours: 9 to 12 a. in.
Otherwise by appointment.
Dentists
DR. d. J. POWELL
Dentist
Allen Block, Grangeville, Idaho.
Attorneys
Attorney-at-Law
Offices
A. S. HARDY
Practices lu all the Courts.
over First National Bank.
M. REESE HATTABAUGH
Attorney-at-Law
Will practice In all Courts of Idaho.
Office In Scales Block.
M. GRIFFITH
Attorney-at-Law
T ':**orieo extend* to all inttrts of Idaho
®nd Washington. 4Mli*v .»vor K!-»
Nattonal Bank, GrangevUle, Idaho.
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White Bird ' t f returning to,
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, l8m ? Jone8 ll *ft last week for
lA *'' lsto " " here she will enter the high
,. < ï > tll, ' t r l>*a«'. She will board
, » ,,: Myer, who moved there
lRst fa froni Mfhite Bird,
T1 l><«>" and Frank L. Taylor
!' f Freedom are transacting business
in White Bird Monday.
L. ". Rhett of John Day pass»*d
through White Bird the first of the
week enroute home from
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out side.
B. F. Shaw of the Cottonwood Mil
ling eomiiany was In this section of the
country last week buying hogs. He
purchased some from Shel Deimage
Lee Mahuriu, E. C. Bentley, J. b!
Hardman and Ivan Remington.
'V il 1 la ni Campbell had the misfortune
to lose his house and all Its contents
lust week by fire. The chimney was
defective which resulted In the house
catching fire,
anything and lost a good many valu
able articles, among which were some
I woks which lie prized very highly..
He was unable to save
Secret Orders
W. 0. w.
Grangeville Camp No. 20#
Meets First and Third Mondays «
each month at I. O. O. F. halL
GEORGE L. SLY, C. a
R. H. AMBLER, Cler*
I. 0. O. F.
Mt. Idaho Lodge No. ?
Meets every Saturday night at 7»
o'clock. Visiting Odd Fellowa alwa*
Pacific phone 1011.
NEPHI ALDRICH, N. G.
J. N. OLIVER, Rec. Be
welcome.
I. 0. 0. F.
Camas Prairie Encampment
No. 18
Meets Second and Fourth Saturdays
each month at I. O. O. F. halb
E. S. HANCOCK, C. P.
JESSE L. RAINS, Rec. Sc rib
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Idaho Circle No. 16t
Meets at I. O. O. F. hall the Setx»»
and Fourth Mondays of each moot
MINNIE STEPHENS, G. N.
LENA MARKHAM, Cler
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Buffalo Hump Lodge No. 91
Meets each Tuesday at Lodge Hu'*
Meets each Monday at Lodge Bim
I n Schmadeka Block.
E. O. ABRAMSON, C. C.
B. AUGER. K. of R. and
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F. 0. E.
Grangeville Aerie No. 5?
Moot« over* Friday nt «* P m
itig Brother» ur*- always »■••i.viin*»
M. S. ll.iM Pi'K. U P
FRANK VAN I'i - INI LB -
Ka:u Robinson, one of the progressive
ranchers • »f the Oregon side was In
W bite Bird lust week enre-ute to his
much with a Intuit of cattle which he
had purchased while out side.
Mr. and Mrs, Arch Davis of Turn
niack, Idaho arrived lu White Bird
Sunday and are the guests at the C.
11. .UHison home. Mrs. Davis was
formerly Miss Edna Jilltson.
Ross Bents killed a real bear last
Sunday which weighed around three
hundred pounds. The animal had been
feeding on the apples in the Chamber
lin orchard and Ross discovered him
alxnit noon and shot him. Ross no
doubt will make a good soldier and
could likely lie able to get the Kaiser
with one shot too, if he had the chance.
Miss Margaret Danbenspeck arrived
in White Bird Saturday from Port
li.nd where she has l>een the past sum
mer and fall studying for
work.
enroute
Sam .Tones, the eon
sidération being around fottr thousand
and the former left here to look up a
location, going from here to Lewiston.
Miss Isma Jones accompanied them.
as J' ar " s I^wlston.
Fitere will lie a Liberty loan pro
gram at the seltol house Friday. Oeto
her 11. Every one is invited to attend
after which school will close for the
following week, for institute.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fauleoner of Pitts'
burg passed through White Bird Wed
msday «'"route to their home.
Airs. A. D. Kennedy went to Tyewiaton
some time ago for medical treatment
and word was received from her Mon
day to the effect that she underwent
an operation that morning. She was
getting along as well as could lie ex
Iiected. We hope for a speedy re
covery. She is at the White hospl
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over sea»
Miss Daubeu speck expects to
lie home about two weeks before being
called for duty. She will go to New
York and will stay then* for about
four weeks before going across. She
spoke very highly of the work and Is
anxious to get "over there."
garet reports her brother Wade Is in
France and 'hat lit* had been there for
altotit four months.
Mrs Hannah Rice and Mrs. Rusf
Rice of Freedom passed through White
Bird last week enroute to Lewiston
wtere they went for medical treatment
Mt*. E.
Miss Mar
Vincent accompanied them
tlmvn, but returned to her home Sat
urday, at Freedom.
Geo. Wood an old time resident of
the Snake river country hut now re
siding at Iiewistcn was in this ixtrt of
the country last week looking after
business matters.
Otto Schlicker, ont* of the up river
rancheiM passed through town with a
hunch of cattle last week, purchased
on the prairie tli'at he was taking to
his ranch.
Mrs. Dora Kaiser is reported quite
sl,, k at the home of her daughter. Mrs.
IV. Van Wey.
Jas. H. Barrett and faniilv of Joseph
passed through White Bird
outside last week. Mr. Barrett recently
sold his ranch t
The many friends of A. R. Calvin,
who resided in White Bird prior to his
enlistment in the army, will he glad to
leant that he is stationed at Camp
Fremont and enjoying life to the
fullest extent. He is back at his old
joli of shoeing horses. W. A. Shuck
received word from his son Moutie the
other day who Is also at the same
camp, and Montie s|K*aks »ery highly
of the treatment lie is receiving there.
Salmon River Red Cross Notes.
A Red Cross meeting was held last
week at tin* Cone hall, at which new
officers for the Red Cross were elected.
There was not very many present, we
are sorry to say. The meeting was cal
led to order by the vice chairman, Mrs.
Geo. liehe« n. The treasurer's rei>ort
was read by the treasurer, A. L. Don
aldson which showed the total receipts
received by this branch amounting to
more than $0000. since its organization
here.
The secretary's re|x»rt was read by
the secretary, Mrs. T. F. Frizzell.
Mrs. Geo. Behcan was elected chair
man, Mr. J. S. Anderson, vice chair
man, Mrs. T. F. Frizzell, secretary and
Miss Chine Berry, treasurer. A num
U*r of suitervlsors were upiminted by
the chairman which are as follows:
Miss M. Pogue, head of the knitting
department. Mrs. W. Van Wey and Miss
Kivu Berry ins|»eotors of the sewing.
Mrs. C. H. Jillisou head of the cut
ting department.
Miss Elva Berry and Miss Virginia
Fry were apimlnted to solicit here in
White Bird, and Mrs. W. A. Foskett
over the telephone for the linen shower
fot tilt* hospitals in France. They met
with success with every one and re
ceived more than our quota. Dona
tions were received from the following
places, Riggins, Freedom, Joseph, Can
field. Banner and Zephyr Ridges. The
quota for this section was .'5 dozen
handkerchiefs, 5 dozen hand towels. 2
dozen hath towels, and 2 dozen sheets
and more than enough towels and hand
kerchiefs were donated. Around $45
was donated to |>ay for the sheets.
The entire quota was slilp|x*d to Ix*w
iston tilt* first of tlie week.
BOND APPLICATIONS
COMING IN RAPIDLY
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W. E. Johnston _
James H. I.itinh_
J, . Neal ..
I. W. Johnson _
Sarah J. Sea I Ion _
Allee Arrison _
1). W. Arrison _
K. H. Russell..
Grangeville S. & Trust Co.
Dora Knorr _
A. K. Gueist _
Iliizelhaker Bros._
o. R. Monroe _
W. G. Hanson _
Mrs. Raehel Spencer .
Geo. E. Snyder Est .
J. A. Bradbury .
J. W. Eresch .
Geo. A. Libby.
C. H. Wood .
J. P. Coyne .
F. F. Titus.
E. J. Bennett '..
Geo. M. Reed .
A1 White .
W. T. Williams .
Sylvia Parker .
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L. A. Wisener .
A. M. Erker .
W. H. Seay .
W. H. Badge ro .
P, E. Fogg .
ietoria Fogg .
R. X. Walker .
•I. C. Safley .
Glativille Drug Co. . ..
Bave E. Pugh .
Sarah F. Pugh.
Margaret Robinson . ..
0. H. Overman .
'Via. Ingram .
A. C. Lanningham ....
E. E. Wann ..
C. R. Seay ..
Albert Webber .
Lois F. Gilkeson.
Nadine Gilkeson ...
M. B. Geary .
•I. I'. Manning .
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S. L. Johnson .
1. S. Jackson .
W. N. Spencer.
Goo. Manning .
B. F. Harmon .
C. R. Campbell.
Bertha Bleming .
E. A. Day .
W. W. Brown .
Wm. Squibb jr.
O. T. Lingo .
C, R. Carlton .
Roy Nail .
A. W. Talkington ...
A. W. Robinson .
Wm. Webb .
Mrs. Wm. Knox ....
Victor Peterson ....
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Bessie Coyne .
F. N. Edgington.
Richard Abramson . . .
James A. Grier .
T. A. Bay less .
John Workman .
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Frank McGrane .
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G. S. Stockton .
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R. F. Fulton .
Gottfried Hiukleman.
Joe Yates ..
W. L. Costley .
John Schrom .
Thomas Kelley .
Ed Coram .
W. N. Scales ..
A. L. Gilkeson.
Lena L. Markham .
James B. Allen .
Ray Yates .
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John Yates .
Floyd Yates.
Dale Yates .
Lee Y ates .
Fred B. Riggins .
Fred Karsten .
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Charles Waldum .
Ed 1. Tuttle .
John Rainbold.
Elgie Gotzinger .
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L. J. Earp .
Wm. C. Graham .
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SCHOOL NOTES.
Tin* high school enrollment is now
Tims* new memliers have en
Boy Knight. Bert mid
115.
teied this week.
I.vle Sherwln.
A letter
Florence
bund instructor.
music in Red Bluff. California.
Elites says she would like to be in
Orangeville again.
Miss Brooks is organizing the Girl
Glee dill) and Boy quartet. Tin* pros
pects for music is very pleasing.
Six of the Orangeville high school
graduates are now taking up work at
the university of Idaho.
Donald Carpenter Is out of school
this week on account of sickness
Miss Brooks !>-reived it letter from
Gaylord Elmers, former high school
student. Mr. Elmers is in West Point,
Kentucky. He Is in one of the uiili
rais received from Miss
EHm*s, former high school
She is now teaching
Miss
tary hands and likes it fine.
Many of the high school pupils have
asked for a transfer of their credits to
hero they intend !•> take tf
Mi«* w
1 military training.
entertaining '
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nie Sophomore cliuv-i Is
tlie rest of the school and faculty. Frl- j
day night with a "Weenie Roust" at
Hall's Drove.
The muuiutl trnlntn.: departr.icnt is
now In full blast.
A muslin shower was held among the
lower grades last week, nie pupils
responded very well. The |.ro<*eeds go
to the Junior Rial Cross.
The Sophomore Party has been
jHistpoued to a futur»* date on account of
the notice by the Health Department,
stating that all social gatherings and
amusements should Is* stop|ied on ac
count of the Influenza.
The study hall under the direction
of Mrs. Arnold Is fast becoming a
place of real study.
Blanche Hanitz has had to stop
school on account of her eyes.
The student body and literary
tsociet les will organise and begin work
soon.
RUBBER CEMENT FLOOR
PAINTS
More Durable than any other for
fliKirs or any Inside palntlpg und
costs less. Call atul get a tint
canl.
A.W. Robinson & Son
One block south of the Imperial
Hotel.
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COL. J. E. KNIGHT
Are You Going to '
STAY
Where You Are?
That's Your Business!
Are You Going to Take
A trip—That's the Rail
road's Business!
Are you going to have a
Public Sale! That's every
body's business.
Do You Need a First-Class
AUCTIONEER?
That's My Business!
COL. J. E. KNIGHT
Grangeville, Idaho
All dates arranged at this
office
C. GOAN
THE TREE MAN
Don't Wait Until Goan is Gone and then Say
as This Man Did
I WISH I HAD PATRONIZED OUR LOCAL MAN.
and dealt with responsible people, Amt sit right down and
make out a list of the trees that you want this fall or next
spring, don't wait, act now. And as a reward for being
prompt 1 will give you free with every cash order amount
ing to $5.00 ONE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE
RURAL AMERICAN,
and over, THREE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE
RURAL AMERICAN, OR ONE YEAR TO ORANGE
VILLE GLOBE,
tains a summary of tin« week's war news, foreign and
current news of interest to every member of every family
anywhere in the United States, human interest editorials,
pattern and fashion page, suffrage articles, jokes, ques
tion and answer columns, etc. The serial stories that run
the year around are alone worth the price of the paper,
to say nothing of the colored comics and other interest
ing features. < )ver the top of all this you get free 10 ex
cellent postal cards, very appropriate to send to your boy
"over there."
So get busy with your pencil and paper and turn the
eonn-rs of your mouth up, not down, and make out your
list, but be sur to smile and tin« world smiles with you,
kick and you kick alone for the cheerful grin will let you
in where the kicker is never known. Price of the trees
are thirty-five cents and up, according to the age and
variety.
And for every cash order of $10
Each Issue of the Rural American con
WOMAN'S STATEMENT
WILL HELP ORANGEVILLE
"I hated cooking becauae whatever
I ate gave me «our stomach and a
bloated feeling. I drank hot water
and olive oil by the gallon. Nothing
helped until I tried simple buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Ad
ler-l-ka." Because it flushes the HN
T1RK Ivowel tract completely Adler-i
ka relieves ANY CASH sour stomach,
gas or constipation and prevents ap
pendicitis. The INSTANT action la
surprising. GLANVILLE DRUG (X).
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Sh! What would happen
to me if I were your kid?
Well, if you're not acquainted
with Calumet Bakingä you
don't know what a good ex
cuse I have. I Can't Help
Helping Myself — they're so
good ! Good for me too, be
cause Calumet Bakings are
wholesome and easily digested.
Millions of mothers use
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CALUMET
BIKING POWDER
because of its purity—because
it always gives best results and is
economical in cost and use."
Calumet contain » only tack
inyrediente at have boon ap
proved officially by tko U. S.
Food Authoritict.
trot ssvs whom you buy It.
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