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Eastman kodaks and
Glanville's. Money to loan. Geo. M. Reed. George Bancroft, mining man, is spending a few days In the city. Buy a farm—Geo. M. Reed. supplies at Master Garnet Krakau has recover ed sufficiently from an attack of the fin* to t>e sound again. Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. "If it isn't an Eastman, it isn't Kodak." The only place to buy a gen utnc Kodak is at Glanville's. Robert Ambler has recovered from his recent attack of influenza, only be ing confined to his home for a few days. Jk u YOUR INTEREST AND I OURS ALIKE |H • • V • • 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. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of GRANGEVILLE Member Federal Reserve System. nl I? I There is No Better Time m m % To Show the "Peace on Earth" Spirit than at Xmas Time 1 1 1 1 1 1 * % I I 1 1 This Christmas especially. Make all your Frierfds Feel the Joyous Peace feeling with hand some and appropriate Presents. i M 1 I m If A m A Happy Christmas for Everybody 1 ly, pn) El fP ^ffl 03 S0j m i A Holiday Stock that is First in Variety and Quality, and Fairest in Price. Our beautiful dis play of Gifts meets all requirements from first to' last. We have a most complete assortment of presents that everybody appreciates. Pleasing and beautiful, at the same time practical and useful. Every department is filled with fresh goods at fair prices. Come where there is a wide choice, a fine variety and a grand opportunity to get the best and most suitable gifts for young and old, Remember, our up-to-date Stock is in-close touch with the times and anticipates your every want. We have the largest assortment of — WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY and Nov elties in the county. Look through our beautiful stock and you will be pleased. m 1 1 1 Ëji m t m 1 1 1 9 ■ i Thomas Thompson 1 JEWELER OITOSITE BANK OF CAMAS PRAI RIE ORANGEVILLE i/5! ; » Condensed Statement of the Condition of the BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO November 1, 1918 .IT IKS. _ $ 50,000.00 ... 50,000.00 'rofits _11,342.16 _7.500.00 . .686,544.54 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts _ $607,433.79 Capital Stork Bonds anil Marrants -31,978 15 Surplus (Earned) Banking House, Furni ture and Fixtures_ 10,500.00 Other Real Estate Own Undivided Redisrounts DEPOSITS 5,723.65 ed CASH AND DUE FROM RANKS .....149,751.11 $805,386.70 $805,386.70 - ! One of the few Roll of Honor Banks in the State. Twenty six years in Business Without a Change of Management. l'aul Atwood Is assisting with the work at the First National bank dur ing the period in which school is pended. Fire insurance—A. W. Talkington. C. E. Bonstrom has l>een critically 111 for the past week with the prevail ing trouble, but Is reported to be much better today. sus Fresh eider for sale In any quantity. John D. Ixing. Harold Harris, deputy clerk of the court, resumed his duties at the court house today, after an absence of a lit tle over a week, being boused up with the "flu." Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. the dur Many of the sufferers from Influenza are now able tc be about again having fully recovered from the disease. There are so many of them it is impossible to secure all the names. Stoves re lined Arnold A Hunters. Out of respect to the memory of Joseph Alexander, who was laid to rest this afternoon at Lewiston, the stores of the city were closed until 3:30 this afternoon. Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. Thomas Thompson is again able to attend to his»work in his jewelry store after 1 >eing confined to his bod for oral v^ceks i»ust. day for the first time. Columbia grafanolas and records for sale at the Smoke House. sus and repaired at the lit sev He was out Wednes Geo. M. Reed last week sold the P. S. G ilner place in the Red Rock tion, to Geary Trautman, of Green Creek. see I The land consisted of $100 acres and approximated $10,000. Books suitable for Christmas gifts at Glanville'8. Strayed—One Jersey cow with calf by side, branded C with lazy H, swal low fork In each ear; one roan calf same brand but no ear marks. Suit able reward. C. W. HACNTZ, Fumiers 77. Rolled barley at the Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. L H. Reuseher of Chicago, and fa ther-in-law, Geo. H. Arnold, will leave Friday morning for Vale, Oregon, the latter expecting to make an indefinite stay. After a few days there Mr. B. and little son will go on to their home at Chicago. Books suitable for Christmas gifts |H at Glnuville's. Walter McAdams was up from Lew iston for a couple of days this week. He statist that Mrs. Me, who had re cently been operated on at a hospital at that place was able to return their apartments and was now mend ing very rapidly. FOR SALE—1018 Chevrolet, a bar gain. EIMERS. The John Sehm&deka family, resid ing on the farm north of- town, has I »een undergoing a soige of the "flu" for some time past and early this week requisitioned a nurse through local Red Cross channels. They are on the mend, however, at this writing. Beautiful l'yralin ivory toilet goods, the most complete line in the city at Glanville's. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peterson nnd son Johnnie a re well on the road toward recovery from severe attacks of the In fluenza. Mr. Peterson was taken down first and was followed within a few days by Mrs. Peterson and little sou. Their second son. Jimmie, escaped the malady. See McGhie Trading Co's add on another page. Prime beef at 14 cents a pound until further notice. Mrs. Sheldon A. Stubbs and little daughter Katherine, arrived here last Sunday evening from Pendleton, to •join Mr. Stubbs, who recently became manager of Geo. M. Reed's Grnngevllle office. They have taken tip residence in the former I>r. Schaeger home on South Hall street. Phono -3-tf I I? I o m m % 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 i M 1 m 2-tf If m 1 Huve recently installed a chopper anil can now furnish chopped feed ' Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver. There are only « few patients at the ly,- l«|pal hospital at the present time and ; " I it begins to look as though the sivond ? spasm of tin* epidemic is about to go over the top. Those that are «•..„lined ^ffl then* will Ih* out within a few «lavs I HilHi* Williams, of Ui,* I(hii 1 postnfficc , fore«*, who has lH*en confined there for th<> past ten or twelve days, was down town today and it is exjieeted he will soon I»«* ills former self. He tins had S0j a very seven* time. m m Miss Sadie Robinson, sister of W. A. Robinson of tin* Central Garage, was an arrival early this week from San Francisco, wlu*re slu* has bi*<*ii making her home for a few years past. She stopix'd over at Cottonwood for a day to visit wifh lu'r sister, Mrs. C. A. Johnston, and family. Miss Robin son's mother also resl«l«*s here and she will remain until next J\me. « Beautiful l'yralin ivory H»ilet goods, I tin* most complete line in the city at j Glanville's. 1 1 1 m t m 1 1 1 ■ For Fire. Burglary, Livestock, Steam Boiler. Life. Health and AccMent Iti surance, s»*e llerv Itothwell. Geo. M. R«*«sl Is alunit one of the hai» I»i«*st men in the city these days. His j sou. Kemmth. is an otfic«*r in th<* itlst division that has st*«*n suclt hnnl ser j vie«* over in Franc«* anil l»ad not l«*«*ti heard from for quite a time. How ever, a cablegram was received a few days ago at tln*lr I' lrtland home whiclt ! conveyed file news that in* had sur vived tin* last throes of tin* fighting ] ami come through nnscnflnsl. Kennetli j Itocil has mad«* a remarknbi«* rcconl j , slnis* <*tit«*r!ng tin* army. He is now a j j first lieutenant and also attached te I 'lie general staff. \«hl« lt is »inite an | honor. 2-tf Ml NRO RANCH SOLD. The F. S. Minim I 'ast .Tuesrtav tv«*nt Milk and <*vi*rytldng <*l**e lirotight giwid sums I with tin* exis'ption of tie* horses The ranch, which was advertised to Ik* sold at tin* satin* time was knoi*kt*d down to Dennis O'Shea, at $41.0« |kt a«*iv $1 .îVi ncr Mere mon* than the owner an ti-lj-ated. Air and Airs. Allium will leave as I s i( ,,u as they can elooe up their affairs for Allchigan to Ik* with Airs. Munm's ogtxl mother. !l**r falln*r. G. \V. ltoli ; bins, died some time ago from tlu* r«» 1 suit of an auto ueeident In which he as run «town and severely injumd. ni d situe which time Mrs. Robbins lias ■ been alone. Their many friends ri* cret their depuftun*. auction sale held off very nicely nvs sold as high as $l|n euch "If it isn't an Eastman, it isn't a Kodak." Tin* only plain* to buy a gen I ttine Koilak Is at Glanville's. Ladies' Cloak Sale é X /"■'t i f Some interesting figures and money saving opportunities in Ladies Cloaks for the next ten days: a splendid stock to make your selections from at present on hand. At these prices they cannot last long. ; in SI A % ! V S-ÏÆ,' _$19.75 _$21.50 _$27.50 _$32.50 _$35.00 _$39.50 '( $25.00 Cloaks Reduced to — $30.00* Cloaks Reduced to — $35.00 Cloaks Reduced to_ $40.00 Cloaks Reduced to_ $45.00 Cloaks Reduced to $50.00 Cloaks Reduced to ___ m f 204 6 c n g A LARGEST BtCAUSt BEST J ÆhWbUËMAUiAÆm. LTO THIRD PAYMENT SOON. Purchasers of Liberty Bonds oil In stallment Plan, Take Notice. The third payment of 20 per cent Liberty bonds will btn-ome due and payable on the 19th of December. All purchasers are requested to make their payments promptly. ...... „ ........ Al I LAI, MPK l llll.liul.x » HUMr.. One charity ttiat finds a place in everyone's heart is tile Children's Home Finding society. It was the in tention of (lie Federated Sunday school to have a " White Christmas" program for tin 1 benefit of the I x< wist on home. I but on account of the influenza con; d Rions the plan will lx* mollified. Everyone who will is asked to leave gifts for tin 1 home with Frank Sims or with Rev. H. J „ Wood not later than Friday, Decemtier 20. If you cannot conveniently bring your donation phone us. Vegetables, apples, feed for the homes cow nnd chickens, almost any kind of usable clothing, children's siioes toys, towels, linen for single lieds, are all acceptable, but most of all tlie need is for money. War and epidemic conditions have hit the home as hard as the rest of us. FKFI) KOTHI ISHFKli I AND FOR S\LF ^ 1 20« acre bargain, ibo acres in culti vat ion ; 5-r<H»m buns;., good barn, other buildings: fenced and cross-fenced in four lields, hog tight. Many springs. well and creek Easv terms' 10 years' time. Good opi»ortunity. You Would ladter grab this. CKO. M. HEED ex elusive agent. ' *a.i «• SHORT COURSE IN FORESTRY. The date of iqienhig the short course in forestry at the University of Idaho, l">stp«>iieil from November 4 on account of the influenza epidemic, lias now l»een definitely fixed as January 1st, and the course will continue for twelve weeks. This course is planned to meet the needs of forest rangers and guards;Wlll also of woodland owners and others eu gageil in some branch of tin* lumber in dustry, who wish to acquire a knowl edge of tin* general principles of for estry. It prepares for I lie civil service examination for the imsitlou of forest ranger in tin* U. S. forest service. Ad .mission is without examination and anyone may attend who has the equlv aleut of eighth grade preparation. The work is intensely practical, und is «'T! ,,y '/"T', th<> ratory. " fl-' d demonstrations A ? I i* *° U ' lap * th ? 1 . 0 1 . n,wt requirements of r,,,l n !" I ï *° "''V*' «C »• lor further particulars ''' ' JT'j' M ' 1 "f 1*orestry, Ufiiversity OI ■ ' OFFICERS INSTALLED. At a meeting of Mt. Idaho Lodge No. it. A. F. A. M„ held last Tuesday eve ninittlie following officers were elected ami instalk*«l for tin* ensuing term: Victor Uetersen, W. M. It. Auger. S. W. Thomas Crossley, J. \V. A. F. Barker, treasurer. Win. C. Graham, secretary. G«h>. D. Willey, ehaiilaiu. Harry E. Wood, S. 1). A. 1*. McBoyle, J. I). G«*<>. D. Smith, marsliail. It. <>. Zumwalt, S. s. J. K. Graham, J. s. \\ . It. Sony, tyler. Trust«*« L. «Ulkes :—A. W. Talkington, Arch n. Geo. 1». Smith. DEBUTES FOR STATE AUDITOR Get». W. l.«*wis will Ik* deputy state anilitor and Jam«*» Minim, deputy state examiner during tin* term of State Auditor Edward Gullet, says the Boise Gapital News. Air. Ix.-wis is well known over the stipi*. lti* served as deputy state aud itor during the terms of both Stephen D. Taylor and Fred L. Huston, but when tlu* Demm-nits earn«* into (Hiwer two years ago, Howard Snell yon county stniissled him. ro has Ims '11 serving examiner during the past tw *f t'an Alr. Alan as deputy state years. He is a Repulilienn in iKiliti«-al failli Mr. Lewis clmfrmuu «if the Republican central cenimittce (nr A«la utli«*r •minty. No ■Images are to Ik* made in the auditors <l«>|iartiiient until after the -K-ssion of tin* legislature*. Auditor-elect Gallet anui»unci*s. LOST. On the streets of Orangeville Satur ilay. a small purse containing hetw«*en $20 aiid $30, and a n-ceipt liearing the owners nuuie. IhIh ral n^wartl for iv îiirn to this office or to .1. 1\ ('ASH CREAMERY COURSE AT U. OF I. T , .... „ Comnleted Eighth ,h0 " e Have t ompleted Ligntn <«rade or Equivalent, Eligible. A ten weeks vocational course de signed to train young men for creamery and ice cream factory work will be of fered at tliv I niversity of Idaho com meneing December 30th. The students' , , ,tln, ' u il1 1,0 divided between practical creumcry and class room. The course is planned to give train ing in the fundemental principals of modern creamery practice and practie nl exjierionro in their application. Be-! sides tlie opportunity which the course offers to young men who linivc )10 t had creamery exjierienee, it should | H > attractive to those who can at this season of the year more easily get a way from the factory for a few weeks' to brush tip on some phases of the liusi ness in which they are particularly In teresteil. Also, for men who are now being demobilized or titre returning from war work or various kinds this •ourse will offer an excellant opixirtuu ity to those who wish to become as quainted with a new line of work. The length of the course is such that it can i,e completed early in the spring, at a time when men for this work are in greater demand . 1 lîl,>or atroy nnd class room work cover the following subjects: The of " i ' k " nd cn>nm for fat and n ' ,d,, * y : ll " Riding of butter for salt * ind ""»'«tun*, the reduction of acidity , iil '™ im Pasteurization by both con-1 1 * 1,11,1 ms nnd vat methods, the churning " f ''™ m ®"d the control of the salt un<l ,no, sture contents of butter, the ! opération of meehanieal refrigerating plants, creamery bookkeeping and cost ! accounting. As lis 1 cream work is a part of the business of so many of our creameries, 11 Port of the time will Ik* devoted to making plain nnd fancy Ice cream. The dairy department is equipped to carry on I In- various o|»orations on a com mrtvial basis so t liât tin* work may In* thoroughly practical. The students In* ox|»oored to lmvc personal charge of tin* different processes that they may liecome familiar with the practical care and operation of pas teurizers. combined churns and refrig crating nm.-hinery. Men who wish to prepare themselves tor cow testing association work Will **' able to combine a part of the cream cry course with some of the work nf jê Ji m M V I^s Time For Xmas Shopping When you do your Christmas shopping early you have tin* advantage of a complete, fresh stock, and you avoid the It is much more pleasant and rush. satisfactory to shop when you can take ample time to make vmir choice and this is impossible if j Oi»<*y that inqiulse to come to our vou wait. .stör;* LARIA, and do your Xuias buying. Wo will malo* it a pleasure for you t NEW EDISON KODAKS VICTROLAS Une. THE REX ALL STOP F LEWISTON, IDAHO V: fered In the general course of the school of practiced agriculture and thereby secure suitable training for as stK>1)ltloll work . Anyone who 1ms completed the eighth j_,po, ]«. or equivalent will be a ,| m itteU to the course. No tuition is charged, and the total expense for | l()() i is nl) ,i other school supplies should not exceed $10.00. _ tion is desired address Department of If further informa Dairying, University of Iduho, Moscow. Idaho. BAND IN CHICAGO PAPERS. The Chicago Ilcrald and Examiner in a write-up of the first day's t»ro gram of the International Livestock Show at Chicago says in part: "The Livestock Exposition yesterday took on the aspect of an enthusiastic cele bration. All day long the vast structure and the many adjacent build ings were crowded with visitors, and the decorations, the talk and the whole atmosphere was that of victory. Great numbers of eattlemen from the corn belt and the West had won their right to a jubilation, for it was largely due to their efforts and patriotism that the United States was able to help feed the nations. Tomorrow stockmen from arrive on their special train, bringing "Red" Harris and his famous Cowboy Bum!" j , „ , , nesday morning for au extended trip to Chicago anil other points adjacent, when* they will visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Sweet will return Idaho ami Montana are expected to AVILI. VISIT IN EAST. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sweet left Wed alunit the 1st of February and Mrs. Sweet will remain in the east until next spring. Aside from t; couple of days s|x*nl at Chicago a couple of years ago when lie took a train load of stock to that, market, Mr. and Mrs. Swi*ot have not visited their former home and relatives for the past 20 years, tyul it seems needless^ to remark they " ill enjoy the visit. -o The government is offering good prices for railroad ties. Have plenty of such timber.on 2(H) acres adjoining John 1». Long's place. Desire to sell stumpage. ! 3-2t TIE TIMBER FOR SALE. MRS. J. R. ADKISON. Reed loaus on City Property.