fit# Reward, $IM
n* reader* of thi* paper wtll be
pi*—d to loarn that there l* at | (ut
"g dreaded diseaao that aclence ha*
been able to cure ln all tu stage* and
that ia oatarrh. Catarrh bring greatly
Influenced by constitutional condition*
require* constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Medicine I* taken internally and
act* thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient *trength by building up the con
stltution and assisting nature In doing lu
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In the curative powers of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls
to cure. 8end for list of testimonials
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo.
'Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 76c.
One registered Poland China boar,
a good one, about eight months old ;
also a good Shorthorn bull, coming
three years old. Write or call
N. A. SANGREN,
G range ville, Idaho.
I Having decided to remove to the East I will sell at my ranch 8 Ï
miles northeast from Grange ville, on the Harpster road,
commencing at 10 o'clock on
TUESDAY. DECEMBER »
The following described property:
5 Head Horses
12 Head Cattle
3 mares, work single or double.
1 2-year-old filly.
1 spring colt.
5 Milk cows.
1 yearling heifer.
7 HEAD SHOATS, About 50 lbs each
1 2 SOWS
6 DOZEN HENS 1
2 hand lamps.
2 kitchen tables.
2 folding tables.
1 range, good as new.
2 heating stoves.
And numerous other articles.
1 HOUSEHOLD GOODS
FARM MACHINERY Etc.
EE 1 good gas lamp.
4 kitchen chairs.
EE 6 dining chairs.
EE 5 rocking chairs.
3 iron bedsteads.
— 1 wooden bedstead.
= 1 sanitary couch.
1 writing desk.
1 sewing machine.
EE 1 chiffonier.
EE 2 dressers.
= 1 . center table.
== 1 copper boiler.
2 dining tables.
1 iron wagon with rack.
1 Emerson sulky plow.
1 3-section harrow.
1 double cutaway disc.
1 side-delivery rake.
1 6-foot mower.
1 hay loader.
1 McCormick binder.
1 walking plow.
1 garden cultivator.
Hoes rakes and forks.
1 set breeching harness.
1 set buggy harness.
1 single harness.
About 10 tons clover hay.
1 straw stack.
About 60 acres cultivated Land—Balance pasture
Estimated 200,000 feet saw Timber
TERMS—§1,000 cash; balance 5 years' time at 6 percent
I LUNCH SERVED BY THE RED CROSS
TERMS—Sums of $20.00 and under, cash; all sums over that amount time will g
H be given to Nov. 1,1919 on approved bankable notes bearing 10 per cent interest. No g
1 property to be removed until settled for. J
F. S. MUNRO
Ü FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Grangeville
By A. N. Dyer, Clerk
I. E. ZUVER,
In the District Court of the Tenth
Judicial District of the State of Idaho.
In and for the County of Idaho.
The Bank of Stites. plaintiff, vs. C.
it. Moore. Defendant.
I lie State of Idaho sends greeting's
to <\ K. Moore the atnive named de
Ymi arc hereby notified that a com
plaint lias liecn fi 1 »m 1 against you in the
District Court of the Tenth Judicial
District of the State of Idaho in ami
fer the County of Idaho, by the above
named plaintiff, and you are hereby
appear ami answer the
complaint within twenty days of
the sot vice of this summons if served
within said Judicial District, and with
in forty days if served elsewhere: and
an- further notified that unless
.'on so appear and answer said oom
I>l;iint within the time herein smvified
ike plaintiff will
as prayed in
The plaintiff alleges
iu its iv un
plaint that it is a corporation, and
SSfe*» fr ° m the , de f e i ,d *"î
$439.11 with 10 per cent interest
thereon from October 22. 1017 aud at
tomey s fees in the sum of $50.00, and
costs, upon a promissory note made by
defendant payable to plaintiff or onler.
of which the plaintiff is now tin* lawful
owner and holder, said note being for
,, « 1 1 \ ,1»
October 22. 101., due December 1, 101*.
Witness my hand and the seal of the!
said District ('ourt, this 13th day of
B\ FLORENCE MURRAY. Deputy
M. Kooso Hattahnugh and IÎ. Auger.
Attorneys for 1'lnintlff, residence aud
post<»ffi<v address, Orangeville. Ufa- |
Almost brand new Singer sewing
machine. Cost $08.00, will take $40.00,
cash. See Fred Noyes.
In the l-rolmte Court. Countv of Idaho,
statu of Idaho
, h( . matter of the estate of Emma
N otil ,, , s i le ,eb,' given, that letters
T .»s,ametitar> on the «ill and estate
,,f j.' mm a Sodci |>urg
„, ,he undersigned on the 28th
,!,,V " f June. mis. I» the Probate
Court of Idaho fount v
,\u ,„,,. so , ls tmvi '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
dec vu sod. were
are rixptirod to exhibit
them to me for allowance at my other
at Orangeville, Idaho, within
months after the date of the tirst pub
lication of this notice, or they shall I«
Dated lids 21st day of Nov . nils.
!.. M HARRIS,
Executor of Will of Emma Soderhurg
A- S. HARDY. Attorney for Executor.
Eire Insurance—A. W. Talkington.
COKKKCTION BV K. S. HANCOCK.
It lus tx-en err aieously circulated
that 1 have ipiit the undertaking busi
ness, a id that I am unable to ; 'de out
to culls, or go out at night. I wish to
correct the eror. 1 r.m aide to go wheu
and vvlte v tilled.
E. S HANCOCK.
NOTICE OF «STRAY.
V two-year old heifer with white
face, branded \VT on left side, swallow
fork iu left ear also underldt in both
ears, came to my place last April
Owner can have same by paying for
W. E. SIM,IVAN,
BOAR I'lGS FOB SALE.
laud China boar pigs, roui > for ser
registered Spott >d Po
FACTORS IN ROAD BUILDING
Necessity Emphasized in Giving Great
est Consideration to Ail
(Prepared by tht United State* Depart
ment of Agriculture )
Theory Is simply the sign post that
points the way in road building,
while judgment is the vehicle on which
the Journey is dependent, says u pub
The Design of Public
Roads" by the United States depart
ment of agriculture.
Tlie publication emphasizes the
necessity of giving the greatest con
sideration to nil locnl factors in road
construction. In order to furnish the
kind of roads that a community wants
! nud to furnish them with the least
possible drain on the public treasury,
the person who designs them must be
thoroughly familiar with local condi
tions and must possess the judgment
weigh the Importunée of
all considerations. The publication
makes no attempt to state definite and
exact rules for designing roads to
suit every locality hut takes up sep
arately the Important features of the
pmhlem with a view to showing the
variations iu current practice and the
influence of some special conditions
with regard to each feature.
in order to select the type of sur
face best adapted to the need of a
particular road, it is necessary to con
sider tirst, the class of traffic to
which tlie road will tie subjected, and
second, ly compare the estimated ulti
mate cost of the different surface
types which would he capable of sat
isfactorily caring for that particular
class of (rallie. The number of roads
for which accurate traffic and effi
ciency records have been kept Is said
to lie Insufficient to warrant definite
conclusions as to tlie liest type for
any particular class of traffic, hut tlie
following summary Is said to contain
about as dctlnitc information on tills
point as can be drawn from available
neci ssar* t
(a) Earth roads, when properly
maintained, are satisfactory in dry
weather for a light volume of all
kinds of highway traffic.
(b) Sand-day roads are the same
as earth roads, except that tlie sur
facing material lias been selected care
fully with a view to increasing the
stability of the surface in both wet
and dry weather. They are satisfac
tory for a moderate traffic of horse
drawn vehicles and a light traffic of
automobiles. They seldom tire satis
factory for even a light traffic of
heavy trucks unless tlie roadlied ma
terial is very stable.
<c) Gravel roads, when well built,
are satisfactory for a heavy traffic of
Brick or Concrete Roads Are Econom
ical if There Is Considerable Heavy
horse-drawn vehicles, a light truffle
of automobil««, und n light truffle of
(d) Water-bound macadam roads
are adapted to the same general char
acter of traffic as gravel roads.
(e) Surface-treated macadam road*
are adapted especially for a heavy
traffic of automobiles. They also are
satisfactory for a light traffic of
horse-drawn vehicles anil heavy
trucks. In ail cases they require con
(f) Bituminous roads are suitable
for a heavy traffic of both automobiles
and horse drawn vehicles and a mod
erate traffic of heavy trucks.
(g) Concrete roads are adapted to
the same general class of traffic as
bituminous roads, and generally are
capable of withstanding tlie traffic of
somewhat heavier vehicles without iu
(h) Brick roads are adapted to the
same general «dass of traffic as con
crete roads. Either brick or concrete
for only moderate traffic wheru otherf
I road-building materials are scarce.
roads, however, may I
COSTS LITTLE TO FiX ROADS
Expense of Beautifying Highway ipl
Front of Farm Buildings Is Com- 1 1
paratively Small. , 1
It costs comparatively little to flil
! up, or even beautify the road in fronfll
of the fa I mi buildings and how niucfcl
it helps the looks and general appeal I
since of Hu placet li costs but Ilttlf l
more to have the road so far as It bo* I
ders the farm not only free from u»I
sight Ij weeds and rubbish, hut welf
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