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GRANGEVILLE SOLDIER DEAD.
a a Left for Camp Rosenrrans Three Weeks Ago, Died Wednesday Morning. Edward Steinlmugh, age«l 22 years ditsl at Gamp Kosencrans, Calif., Wed nesday morning, November 6th. The remains* are exixx't«*«! to reach here Sunday ev«'ning, and the funeral will probably is- held Tti<*sduy, announce ment of which will Is* made later. Edward left here the 1st «.f Oetolier with a contingent of seven young men from'this county, two of whom are now deceastsi, Clark J«'ssup, of Cottonwood, being the first one callcsl. It is re ported here that three others <>f tlie party are very ill and were taken off the train Is-forc reaching their desti nation. Influenza was th<* cause of death in iiotti instances. Edward Ktcinhaugh was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Steinbaugh of this city, and ls>sid«*s the parents he leaves seven brothers and two sist«*rs, George, William. Frank. Henry, Joseph, Lee and Fred; Mrs. George Ponder, and Mrs. Fred Sutter of Salisbury, Mo. HE I AISES LIKE A MAN. We had a pleasant and illuminating visit with tin' defeated candidate for county treasurer, Ed. Blake, who sac rificed himself fur his party, for that is really what hi* did, though he docs not put it. that way. central commitiee found it very hard to find candidates for all the offices, and it was w itli reluctance that Mr. Blake finally gave his consent to run. In doing so he felt that tin* odds were against him. In tins«* times when! ones sympathies run riot, and war | iiuestions com«* foremost, Mr. Blake's opponent. Mrs. otic (tone had the best Republican The of it even if she had been a less de- j serving lady personally. Mr. Blake in speaking of this phase | of the situation said lit* did not Illume j peopli* for voting for Mrs. Cone. Some j of his good Republican friends had I done so. However. Mr. Blake did not lie down on his job. He siient «mit«* a little time in circulating through tin* county, and did what in* considered his duty in the internats of ids party, and in losing feels as «lot's his friends, that, lie has lost honorably ami like a man. URGES LOWER HAY RATES. Congress Addison T. Smith Opposes Proposed Increase. Washington, October 31.—Congress-1 man Addison T. Smith in an interview with Director t>f Railroads McAdoo recommended rhat he susiK'nd tlie pro posed increase of 25 cents ix*r hundred on shipments of liny from southern Idaho to enable the producers of hay, who have large stocks on hands, to ship tx> north wont points to meet the short age there. Mr. Smith also re«iuested McAdoo to see that necessary curs be furnished but, received no assurance, although McAdoo proinlseil to consid er It. Mr. Smith has a bill to give public land patents to the next «if kin of en trymen upon proof of fact that entry man has died In military servit« of the United States liefore completing pat ent TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS Notice is hi'reby given that Ti'aehers' Examinations for all grad«« of state and county certificates will be held at the Oonrt House In Grangeville, Nov ember 21, 22 and 23. If the state quarantine interferes with the examinations, due notice will be given through the newspapers. MARGARET SWEET, County Superintendent. Have recently Installed a chopper and cun now furnish chopped feed. Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. Surety Bonds—A. W. Talkington. Well'Armed ! F r LlHp, 1«* 7j tP When company comes there is no time to wasteacno chances to be taflln—so mother sees that there is al ways a can of ! CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, dough nuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and lochs. , toe, her reputa tion as a cook must be upheld — and she stakes" it on Calumet every time. She knows it will nok disappoint her. * Order a can and have the "company" kind ol bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. V << Tta mv. wkea 70» bay it. * To« mv« win y.s a*« it. 1 IGUEST£w£.ds ! J APPENDICITIS OPERATION. Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Long receiv«*d a letter tins week from their sou Ed ward wtio is in France with the Ameri can Exiiedltiouary forces, which is the first they have had from him for some time and they were commencing ti worry. The letter conveyed the in telllgenoe that Edward has Is«« in the hospital and had l«ru operat«*d on for a severe case of appendicitis. He is now convalescing which is pleasant iK*ws to the home folks and the many friends of the family. E. S. SWEET IMPROVING. Harry ( '. Crunk«* of X«*z Perce, was In tb<* city today, having come over to visit with E. S. ,Sw«*ct, who was taken seriously ill lb«* other day while load ing stock at tlie yards h«*re. It was tirst r«*|Kirtcd that Mr. Sweet had lx*en stricken with paralysis, but such is not tin* case, tb«* affliction being caused from ptomaine poisoning. M r. Sweet is getting along very well and it is i*x |M*cted la* will soon tu* Ids usual self. me an! sni PIHJC SUE zm iafii Having sold my farm, and decided to move to Texas, I shall sell, at the home place, two miles west of Grangeville, on the Cottonwood road, on TUESDAY, NOV. 19 Beginning at 10 olclock a. m. sharp, all my personal property, described as follows: 5 HEAD OF HORSES 1 Black Horse, 8 years old, weight, 1250 1 Bay Horse, 6 years old, weight, 1250 1 IJlack Horse, 8 years old, weight, 1250 1 Bay Mare,'10 years old, weight, 1600 1 Bay Horse, 5 years old, weight, 1600 26 HEAD OF CATTLE m m 1 Good Milk Cow, 8 years old, been fresh 6 weeks The following 24 head of high grade Shorthorn cattle axe the property of L. H. Kerlee 3 yearling heifers 2 yearling steers 1 Good Milk Cow, 4 years old, will be fresh in March P 31U 10 calves 1 3-year-old cow 6 2-year-old heifers 1 6-year-old cow 1 4-year-old cow n 11917 Ford Automobile, in good condition \ FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 1 8-foot disc harrow 1 10-foot McCormick hay rake 1 7-foot McCormick binder 1 garden plow. 1 sleigh 1 Chatten fanning mill 1 hog vat, a good one Two sets leather harness. 1 saddle 1 16-incliäsod plow 1 3-section drag harrow 1 10-foot Van Brunt drill, with both 4 and 6 horse hitch 1 314-inch Winona wagon, with rack 1 3-inch iron wheel wagon, with hay rack 1 Winona wagon, with top, almost new 1 12-inch two bottom Emmerson gang plow 1 14-in. Emmerson walking plow, almost new L 1 8-foot McConnick mower HAY AND GRAIN 100 bushels Marquis seed wheat already 15 tons timothy hay, in shed fanned 2 cords wood HOUSEHOLD GOODS Coal heater Cupboard 3 iron bedsteads, with springs and mattresses White sewing machine Chiffonier. Couch. Window shades Set of oak parlor chairs. 8 oak dining chairs Rocking chairs Solid oak davenport with genuine, leather up holstering High chair. 2 chairs for children. 1 go-cart. Oak library table. Telephone box All dishes and cooking utensils 1 washing machine and washing vat 40 foot of %-inch pipe 1 set platform counter scales, 200 lbs. Lawn mower. Carpenter tools 2 dozen Plymouth Rock chickens, all young Forks, shovels, rakes, spades, etc. 16-foot log chain Pipe wrench, barrels and grain sacks Kitchen range, burns either coal or wood 10-foot oak dining table. Dresser Magazine rack. 30-lb. feather bed. Mounted deer head Canned fruit, jellies, jam, etc. 4 oil lamps. 1 9x12 arch square 12 dozen fruit jars. 5 gallons vinegar 22 yards linoleum. 50 feet garden hose Several colors paints; varnishes; brushes 2 5-gallon gasoline cans, with pumps And other articles too numerous to mention i I LUNCH SERVED BY THE RED CP OSS « K m hi i TERMS:—All sums $20 and under, cash in hand; on sums over that amount, 12 months' time at 10 percent interest from date of sale, on receipt of approved bankable note. W. C. MICHIE, Owner 1st Nat. Bank, Grangeville, by A. N. Dyer, Clerk I. E. ZUVER, Auctioneer. II *i WANTED—To trade 100 acres of land 16 miles northeast of Chewelah. Wash, for 2 or S acre« in Grangeville. with house and barn. For particulars write V. H. SHAW, Route 3, Grangeville, Idaho 4it-4tp Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. DAIRY COWS FOR SALE. On account of the shortage of help am compelled to dispose of a number of my A. 1 dairy cows. Will give, a year's time on notes bearing 8 per cent. Phone Fartnersl44. GEO. H. BYERS, Route 2, G..-angevllle, Idaho. 40-tf Have recently installed a chopper and can now furnish chopiied fix'd Deliver Roller Mills. Will deliver. I Columbia grafauolas and records for; sale at the Smoke House. i STRAYED. A Iwv horse, weight atiout 856 ar 900 |H)unds, white stripe in face, saddle marks on l*>th sides, foretop has been trimmed and grown out about 1*6 or ■j im lies, 2 white hind feet, shod all around. Finder pleas«' notify FRED KRSKINE, fjo-tf Grangeville, Idaho NOTICE OF ESTRAY. "" A two-year face, branded WT on left side, swallow fork in left ear also underbit in both my place last April, an have same by 1 »aying for mue t ears, < ( iwner this notice. W. E. SILLIVAN, _Harpster, Idaho. 50-it — STRAYED. and yearling, from the Soderburg's, one cow and Clearwater, near One cow Canyon 111*11 r I yearling from the Harpster, nil branded Z on right rib. i Phone Barrett Bros, farmers 14x3. LOST—Boar Pin, weicht SO or !H) pounds. Two splits on right ear and uiulerblt on left. Reward. KD. CHASE, Grangeville, Idaho. FOR SALE. Thlrtv-sevcn sacks White winter i>ar MRS. HELENA WILKINS, 50-2t ley. G rang«' ville, Idaho. Buy a farm—Geo. M. Reed. Reed loans on City Property. LU HU I El SANITAIRE CLEAR HAVANA J. W. ERESCH, Maker =jj 10c, 15c and 2 for 25c iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii [R