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Fire insurance—A. W. Talklngton.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McAdams went dow n to Lewiston the first part of the week for the benefit of the latter's health. Money to loan. Geo. M. Reed. The Federated Ladles' Aid society plan to hold their annual bazaar early In December. The dnte will be an nounced later. Farm for sale—Ayers. Gerald Scallon returned home from Spokane last Thursday night. OeniT? lias been engaged In the railroad of fices at that place. Buy a farm—Geo. M. Reed. piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 YOUR INTEREST AND OURS ALIKE • • • • • • • • ARE SERVED BY OUR MEMBERSHIP IN THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. IT INSURES OUR BEING ABLE TO MEET ALL PROPER DEMANDS OF OUR DEPOS ITORS AND BORROWERS. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK of GRANGE VILLE Member Federal Reserve System. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllN Ijllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli Buying at Leisure Full Opportuniny and Time Given for Good Judgement anp Careful Selection Without Cost or Obligation to You. SHOP EARLY —but more important— SHIP EARLY and thereby help our Government. Every Christmas packange to be sent by . transportation companies and mails will save de lays and disappointments later by shipping now. Mark your package: "Don't Open Before Christ mas. Our elegant line of Holiday Goods is now open for inspection. Call early and make your selections. CHRISTMAS IS COMING and everybody who sees our BEAUTIFUL DIS PLAY OF HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS is glad of Come to Headquarters FOR POPULAR PRESENTS—WATCHES AND JEWELRY— AT POPULAR PRICES. it. Our fine Holiday Stock is full of Quality, Variety, Beuutv and Good Taste. It is easy to se lect from, supplies exactly what you want, and it would be a mistake to buy before you see it. Re member, this splendid assortment contains THE RIGHT THING FOR EVERY PERSON, OLD, MIDDLE AGED OR YOUNG. The National Council of De fense, Washington, requests that Christmas shoj ping be distributed throughout the months of Oc tober, November and December and that no Christmas packages ht» sent by mail or express sifter December 5th. IMPORTANT I I ) 1 Thomas Thompson JEWELER GRANGEVILLE = == OPPOSITE BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE älllllllllillillllllllllllllillH Condensed Statement of the Condition of the BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO August 31, 1918 V LIABILITIES. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts .$626,503.25 Capital Stork Bonds and Marrants.. 19,472.50 Banking House, Furni ture and Fixtures_ 10,500.00 Other Real Estate Own ed — CASH .$ 50.000JH) _ 50,000.00 _ 3.611.95 _ 63,460.00 _ 646,199.10 Surplus (Earned) Undivided Proilt* . Rediscounts_ DEPOSITS _ 5,723.65 $813.271.05 AND FROM BANKS.151,071.65 DIE i $813,271.05 One of the few Roll of Honor Banks in the State. .Twenty six years in Business Without a Change of Management. I Ed Price drove to Riggins last Sun day taking Mrs. Jack Howard and children to their home at that place. He returned the following day. Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills- Will deliver. In W. C. Mlchle's sale ad published last week, an Item apjieared that read "Winona wagon with top, almost new," should have said "Winona hack. N. A. Sangren. one of the well known farmers from north of town was In the city yesterday. Mr. Sangren has Jusl recovered from a serious illness and Is rapidly regaining his normal con dition. Heed loans on City Property. Clark Lyda drove In from hia home at Slate Creek Tuesday, accompanied by W. J. Hurrah and Mr. and Mra. Dick Tipton. The latter went on to Montana where they will vielt for a short time. Surety Bonds—A. W. Talklngton. HarveyArl**tlge, the blacksmith left early thin week for the Dixie sec tion after big Käme. Harvey made a start some two week's uko but wus compelled to return on account of Ill ness of a member of his party. FOR SALE—1018 Ford touring cur, good as new. EIMERS. P. H. Burke, one of the proejierous farmer« of the Stites section was at tending to business here Monday. Mr. Burke expects to leave in the near future for Seattle where his family Is H|s>udiiig the winter. He accompanied J. B. and Forrest Lee|ier. Columbia grafanolas and records for aale at the Smoke House. Dr IV. G. Law, D. C., of Vollmer, who has been In the city for the pus» two weeks assisting with the influenza cases, will return to his home on to morrow morning's train. The doctor assisted in some of the most stubborn cases In this community. Boiled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. A1 White of the Bradbury Cigar store, is uble to lie aliout his room in the Imiierlal hotel since he received a setback after combating the "Flu." He 1ms been a very sick man for quite u spell and his friends will be pleased to see him about again. 92 per cent sand for concrete work and sidewalks. See CHESTER AR NOLD, Grangeville. 88-tf I'at Barrett! left Tuesday morning for Sisikane and it Is said to be his in tention not to return for some time at least. If this proves true, all we can say is that we are sorry to lose Pat. and wish him success in any new field he might choose to locate in. Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. Dr. Scallon is still confined to his home from the effects of his recent at tack of influenza. An abscess formed In the doctor's ear and he has been having considerable trouble with that mendier. He expects to be able to at tend to his practice shortly, however. FOR SALE—Field seed peas, Ban galta ; also about 3000 pounds navy beans. P. E. 8HERWIN, Grangeville, Idaho. 48-tf L. X- Jacobs, a prominent farmer re siding 10 miles north from Cottonwood, was attending to business In the city lust Saturday. While here Mr. Jacobs stated that his district had not had nearly so much moisture this fall as was apparent on this side of the prairie but nevertheless tlx* residents of his section had managed to get considerable full plowing done. The roads were consequently much dryer than in the ueightiorhood of the county seat. He returned to Ills home the same day. The Globe acknowledges a pleasant call. ON WAY TO FRANCE. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cosand are in re «•eipt nf a letter from their sou Fred, to the effect that he .was on his way to France. The letter was written No vember 1. Before being called In the draft a short time ago Fred was work ing In the ship yards at Seattle. He received training at Camp Lewis. RESTRICTIONS REMOVED. Food Administration Lifts Ban as to Feeding of Wheat. County Food Administrator Yictoi j Peterson this week issued notice that nil restrictions as to finding wheat and I the selling of wheat for feeding pur poses have' lieen removed. This will he t ilea sing néws to those farmers who have grain that did riot, mature proper--' Ty ns they can now sell or feed the grain without tirst applying for a per, mit. i ESTABLISH POSTAL STATION. The "Red Cm has established a isistnl station in the rooms formerly occupied for millinery parlors lu tlio A. & F. block. The rooms will he ojien I daily front 1 lo l p.m..except Saturday I when they will he ojien from 10 a. in. to 4 p. in. Those desiring to send l ages to tlie I toys hi Fra ne»' are request ed to make r.ppl'.eatlon for enrtons at an early date. •k THEY LONG FOR IDAHO. We i-.re in reeelpt of a pleasant let ter from Mrs. »'. o. Vincent- formerly of tliis place; now in Columbus Junc tion. Iowa. She writes that the family is well and happy, but still longing for old Idaho, which founds good to us. Mrs. Vincent's letter ended thus: "We are wondering if the Ik,. vs that go to the Chicago St««-k show might ugh here, and we want Utter we nix* here. ('. O m not lia ms » hem to r s talking of going to Chlcnga at tlmt fine, just merely to see tin- old Grange vlllo friends,'' TO VISIT IN OREGON. Mrs. Fen Batty will leave Sunday for Matipiu. Oregon, for a visit with Mr. Batty, whom she ho|n\s to bring buck with her for a visit. Mr. Batty Is run a large* farm 1n that se»*tlon. Dur 1 1 * her absence the millinery store will l>e in charge of Mrs. Is*w1m. iihii MAJORITY FOR SWATMAN. tin,* of the 1,1* surpris«*« of the r,* «•«•nr elect ion. says the Ferdinand En terprise. was fin* overwhelming major ' » v .f W. E. Swat nui n for justice of S.vat man was op|H«sed tbe p aee. Mr. by two other candidat«*« wie ■ ' lered lUilK'Htahle and without any ef *t I h'« car» recel veil the largest vo,e I si llel for any one candidat«* ip h'« precinct. Mr. SwiUinan. who is one of the lead in;' citizens In all movements for the " bu kling of tip* community, is In every way qualified for this office, hav ing bad previous ex|n*rieii<*e In other e iniuunities where hi* has n*s!d«*<l. Tlie news of Ills' election «'Hint* as a great mirpaisc to him. owing t«> the fact that h** had not even aniiouiu-t*«! him self ns a candidate or aske<l the «up IKirt of any of hl» many friends. •*rv «Kiii •■..r» i THANKS ST1TBS RED CROSS. William Hartman, Formerly a Resident Here Appreciates Gift. From the 8. A. T. C. at Moscow, William Hartman, formerly in the em ploy of the City Bakery and a valued member of tbe Cowboy band, writes an Interesting letter to hie friend, Mrs. J. H. Mye n, of Stites, and the Red Cross auxiliary of tbe same place. In which he express as his appreciation of the gift of a comfort kit. Mr. Hartman's home is In Stites. The letter says In I«rt : "I wish to thank you for the gift of the comfort kit and will say that I more than appreciate the gift. The as sortment couldn't lie more fitted to the use nnd necessity. "The 'Flu' hasn't had me down yet and I feel very well this evening. The effect of the vaccination made me ter ribly sick for a few days but I am feel ing much better. We are all in uniform and everyone is more than celebrating In the bounds of a months' quarantine. Frank has had the 'Flu' but Is practically over it and still in good care. "It Is nearly time to be taking to bed us the lights go out whether you turn in or not, so consequently I'll have to quit pretty soon. "There are about 350 In camp now and aliout 45 have the 'Flu,' but aro getting along fine. Five of our train ing eoriis have died, but then we never get a chance to miss any of them. "I have heard from JeOsie and Clar ence (Tollefson) twice and It's just like getting a letter from home. "Hoping that you are all well and tluinking your Red Cross ugnln, I am, etc." THE »1ST DIVISION. St. Maries Man, Home From War, Tells of Famous Warriors. That the battle In which a number of youug soldiers from this county lost theth lives was a terrific one Is evidenced by tbe report of Lieut. Earl Hunt, of St. Maries, a member of the »1st division, who just recently re turned from the front and was sent to ('amp Sheridan, Alabama, last week as an Instructor In bayonet and physi cal training. Lieut. John A. Long and a goodly number of other young men from this county were also members of this division, in speaking of which Lieut. Hunt said : "After two mouths' training In France he went to the front line, where his division was lu reserve at the battle of St. Miliiel, after wbieb they moved northwest of Verdun In the Argonne forest. Here thef fought for nine days when the division was re lieved and mentioned In orders for the splendid work done. The fighting around hejv was arduous—the Ger mans making strong resistance after the second day. The division peue trated the German line to a depth of nine miles. The losses were excep tionally heavy. The 361st infantry lost all of their majors, nine out of sixteen captains and about two-tliirds of their lieutenants. The casualties were about one-third of the entire per sonnel. The work of the »1st division which is made up entirely of boys from the northwest, was a «uprise to every one associated with them. This was their first npjiearanee in the line, and although there were many other di visions in the'attack which had seen front line service three or four times liefere, the »1st division was the only one-mentioned in general orders after the attack. The »list division 1« now regarded as one of General I'ersliing's host di vision of shock troops. Lieutenant Hunt expects to lie assigned to the Ninth division and If the war lasts expects to tie spring. again before overseas j The "bo died at ('amp Rosoncraiis, Calif, I ' ,|st ' v «*«»k, i EDWARD STEINBACH AT REST. •emuins of Kdwunl Steinhacli •cached here Tuesday night | and were laid away at Prairieviev, cemetery yesterday afternoon. Tin funeral party left I'ndertaker Maugg's parlors at 2:30, headAl liy the (Vnvliuv 35SS: tlie local Catholic church. Expression of Thanks. grief we take this op mr sincere In our port unity appreciation for the many kindnesses I extended, for the beautiful floral of j ferings and to the Cowboy hand who m ; generously assisted in the last sui' rites. leei of •xpresslng MR. AND MRS. OTTO STKINRACH and FAMILY. NO TRAIN WEDNESDAY. Oil account of the freight train lw'ing off the track near Culdcsac yesterday the i lasse tiger train was unable by, consequently we mrived no mail Since the war is over it did not make so much difference. > tfOt PURCHASED RESIDENCE. (Tims. Knnze last week purchased the .1. M. Gilmore residence on South Meadow stris-t. just south of the home >f M. Re»>se Huttaliaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Knnze have already taken |kis session and are now busily engaged in making needed improvements. ,IOE BROCKMAN IMPROVES. Word conies from Hot. Lake. Ore. that Jos**ph Brockman, who went th»*re •I couple of w««*ks back for treatment I s Improving in health right along, and | will Is* aid«* to get home sooner than h<* ; *x|»eeted when he left.— Ferdinand En terpris«*. CA,L F0K WARRANTS. Notice i* hereby given that the fol- ! 'whig warrants of tin* t tilon High ' «V district will Ik* paid on present •; >tb,n uf <■"' Grangeville Savings &i Trust Co 's bank, and that Interest on I same will cease Saturday, November 1 16. 191S: Warrants No.s 132 to 212. Inclusive B. H. DECKER. See. TARI) OF THANKS. Words full to express the doep ap pn*oiatIon we feel toward those win rei»dere«l succor in our time of suffer ing anil sorrow. Tin* kind and hell« ful acts at such a time can never he forgotten. W. J. SOLTMAN, C. B. KNORR and FAMILY. p iiiii iiiii iiiii ii i iii iiiiü i ii iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHie Rubber Footwear Our stock of Ladies', Misses and Children's Rubbers and Overshoes is now complete. Be sure and make your selection early while we have your size in stock. Also a full line of Men's Rubbers, Overshoes, Rubber Shoes, Pacs, All Rubber Overshoes, Rubber Boots, and Heavy Wool Socks. Telephone and mail orders given our careful and prompt attention. nst n ia ÆtAUhlMMâMMŒBIl LTD FOR SALE. Thirty-seven sacks White winter bar MRS. HELENA WILKINS, 50-2t ley. Grangeville, Idaho. Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. Cyde Von Bargen Taxidermist Taxidermy work In all its branches. Birds, animals, game heads, etc., mounted true to life. Skins tanned and made into rugs. Send me your orders. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Prices reason able. Both phones. COTTONWOOD, IDAHO t YOUR LIVESTOCK MEANS MONEY TO YOU ! 4» Let us handle your next shipment and get you top Market Prices. Spokane is your nearest shipping point and the place where you can get best returns. SHIP TO US and be assured of the very best selling service, fill feeder and stocker orders. We can F. W. Murphy Commission Co. t Spokane Union Stock Yards Spokane, Washington / y /'"'q •* % m m Your Soldier s Xmas ✓ s ■t /J J' ». 9 / f&Ur V A OlffH Hm nil ..* iïfl'J Ui LA* ■V - a:. :x. 11 t / \ ' I ». V 1 ake some nice snap shots of familiar home Make up a collection of these and send them to your soldier. You cannot imagine the joy it will bring to bis heart. Have the most attractive negative enlarged and send it too. \\ <* take pride in our printing and de veloping and challenge comparison in our < nlarging and framing. Order a No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie. It is a fine little Kodak. scenes. Price, $7.00. NEW EDISON KODAKS VICTROLAS e )/nc. THE REXALL STORE. LEWISTON, IDAHO V A. H. AVERILL Machinery Co. Spokane, Wash. Steam Engines Have a large number of sec ond-hand Steam Engines that must be sold regardless of cost, to make room for new machinery. GAS TRACTORS Our new stock of Gas Tractors is now here for Spring Work. CAN GUARANTEE IMMED IATE DELIVERY. Four sizes, all of the 4-Cyllnder type, and 3-speed transmissions. CALL and CHOOSE YOURS