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Land*. Geo. M. Heed.
Lester Taylor returned from Butte
on Sunday eVening's train.
Quick Lite gasoline lamps for Xmas
EIMERS.
Kastman kodaks and supplies
Glauvllle's.
E. S. Hancock spent a few days In
Cottonwood last
business matters.
Buy a farm—Geo. M. Heed.
Geo. Wlkoff who suffered a second
attack of the flu. and was very 111, is
now again recovering.
Rolled barley at the Denver Roller
Mills. Will deliver.
v Knapp of the Lewiston Mer
cantile company, is in town for a few
days attending to business for his Arm.
8. V. Fullaway superintendent of the
Nezpdroe '■.National Forefct, returned
this week from a trip up the Salmon
river.
Patrician pattern Community silver
ware. EIMERS.
Walter Tnu-blood came in
Camp Fremont. Calif., the lust part of
the week. Walter was discharged from
the service and was glad to get home.
Stoves relined and
Arnold & Hunters.
Carl Nelson, of Burns, Mont., ar
rived here last Thursday evening for an
indefinite visit with his father, K- 8.
Nelson, and brothers Sam and Albert.
Columbia grafanolas and records for
side at the Smoke House.
Miss Alice Erskine having closed her
school, is home again for a time. She
will probably resume teaching again
elsewhere, when the schools
opened.
Rolled barley at the Denver Roller
Mills. Will deliver.
M. Glatigny, age 03 and nn old timer
In the White Bird country, lias been
very ill East reports of him are to the
effect, however, that he Is somewhat
Improved.
Car overhauling
EIMERS.
E. J. Bennett has returned from
trip to California, where he went some
time ago for a short visit \%th his
family who are spending the winter
in that state.
Books suitable for Christmas gifts
at Glanville's.
at
week attending to
from
repaired at
a re re
a specialty, at
Mrs. Mat Geary and children are late I
victims nf the flu.
It Is In a very mild :
form however, and it is expected that !
they will not suffer great inconven- *
ience from it.
YOUR INTEREST AND
OURS ALIKE
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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.
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It's Time For Xmas
Shopping
When you do your Christmas shopping early you
have the advantage of a complete, fresh stock, and
you avoid the rush. It is much more pleasant and
satisfactory to shop when you can take ample time to
make your choice and this is impossible if you
Obey that impulse to come to our
store EARLY, and do your Xmas
We will make it a
wait.
buying.
pleasure for von
KODAKS
VICTROLAS
NEW EDISON
'Inc.
THE REXALL STORE, LEWISTON, IDAHO
Fresh cider for sale In any Quantity
John D. Long.
Chas. Jewell, who lias been ill with
the flu lias sufficiently recovered to
take the train out of here Tuesday
morning leaving for Spokane, where he
has been offered lucrative employment.
Rolled barley at the Denver Roller
Mills- Will deliver.
Henry Munro received his final dis
charge iiaiiers recently while at a train
ing Camp in Illinois and arrived here
on Friday evening's train. Henry spent
a few days at Ferdinand enroute home.
Rooks suitable for Christmas gifts
at Glanville's.
Guy Behean, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Behean of the White Bird
tion, came in on Sunday evening's train
from .S|H>kane, where he had been at
tending the S. A. T. C.
his home Tuesday.
Rolled barley at the Denver Roller
Mills. Will deliver.
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He went on to
Omer Wist* was up town yesterday
after a successful tussle with the epi
demic. Omer shows that he
was up
against the real thing and considers
himself fortunate in not comiug out
second in the affray.
Car overhauling
KIMERS.
a specialty, at
STRAY El
One light red
mtiley
heifer, branded bur HT. also S diamond
oil left lilp and left ribs,
square crop off right and half umler
bit in right ear.
CHAS. \\. H.Vl'XTZ, phone Formers
Ear marked
Suitable reward.
Eastman kodaks and t supplies
Glanville's.
R. M. Hattahnugh was unable to
leave bis bed Tuesday morning, the
impulur affliction having attacked him.
However, it is stated that his ease is
not a severe one. He is expected to la*
around again in the regulation per
iod.
at
Quiek Lite gasoline lumps for Xmas.
EIMERS
In a letter written to his brother Roy.
Otto Nall, who left here two years ago
to locate in the east, informs him that
he lias sold out and is again coming
west.
relatives for Christmas, where lie will
probably spend the winter.
He will be at Starbuck with
Patrician pattern Community silver
EIMERS.
ware.
Attorney Frank L. Moore of Moscow,
one of the pioneer Democratic wheel
horses of Latah county, was an arrival
from Ids home town on Sunday even
ing's train, remaining here until Tues
day morning. Mr. Moore was the op
I posing candidate to Senator W. E
: l'.orali in the recent election and went
! down to defeat with the rest of the
* Democratic-Nonpartisan aggregation
was here on legul business.
Clothing Makes Practical and
Timely Gifts
Gift Suggestions for Your
Men Friends
MEN HONESTLY ENJOY NEW CLOTHES. IT OFTEN
HAPPENS THAT CLOTHES OF PRETTIEST PAT
TERNS ARE NOT SO SURE TO WEAR. HOWEVER
THIS IS PROVIDED FOR WHEN THEY BUY CLOTH
CRAFT CLOTHES, BECAUSE EVERY SUIT IS AB
SOLUTELY GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFAC
TORY WEAR AND SERVICE. IT IS JUST AN
ADDED PROTECTION FOR THE MAN
WHO PAYS THE MOST ATTENTION
TO FIT STYLE AND LOOKS.
Gloves always fill a long felt want with every
Silk lined Gloves in the popular shades tit . $2.50
It is a natural feeling for a man to feel dressed up
when he lias a new necktie. The new silks are
really wonderful and prices are only 75c to $1.50
Some satisfaction you'll agree to have plenty of
handkerchiefs this weather. As a gilt they are
highly appreciated and you will find a fine assort
ment in silk linen and cotton at 10c, 25c and up.
Men do not like to wear socks that are darned. Some
satisfaction in having a few extra pair to fall back
on. See our stock of the famous interwoven in
lisle, worsted and silk
We have been able to mention only a few of the
many appropriate gifts for men and suggest that
you call in at once and Itt us show you thru "Gift
Ileadquprters" while everything is fresh and stocks
are unbroken.
man.
$20 to $35
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Kurl Kellar was nil arrival Sunday'
night from Georgia, to which state he!
had been sent by the government after!
he bad completed his course at the
Idaho Technical college at Pocatello,
He went out to the ranch home at
Winona Tuesday morning.
Beautiful Pyrnlin ivory toilet goods,
the most complete line in the city at
GlunvIUe's
With very few exceptions all the flu
Patients that were considered seriously
111 a short time ago are rapidly break
ing out of confinement. Chas. Kunze
is doing very nicely as are a number of
others. There are only two patients in
the local hospital.
At the Smoke House you will And
on sale Columbia grafanolas and all
the latest records.
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R. F. Fulton, manager, and George
Manning, clerk, of the Inland Abstract
and Investment Co., are again able to
attend to the duties at the office. Ow
ing to the absolute accuracy demanded
nf (lie abstract company, the office was
closed during their confinement.
Have recently installed a choppei
and can now furnish chopped feed
Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver.
M. Stubblefield, real estate dealer of'
Clarkston, Wash., spent a few days in
(lie city tills week looking after busi
ness interests and visiting with bis
brother, Fancho, and family who moved
here early in the fall- lie returned to
his home ou this morning's train.
See McGhie Trading Co's add on
another page. Prime beef at 14 cents
a pound until further notice.
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T. A. Bay less reports that the dam
is coining on in good shii|ie. ' It will
soon ls' in shape to run one wheel.
Ur. Scallon's friends will regret to
learn that he is suffering greatly from
tlie abi-css in his ear, again being con
fined to his tied.
Beautiful Pyraiin ivory toilet goods,
! the most complete line in the city at
Glauville's.
I . Frank Gillett is about again after a
time with the flu. Frank
I looks some the worse for wear, but
I says lie feels good, onlv Ills legs become
\ a little unruly when ascending or de
| seetiding stairs, almost refusing to use
I I In- brake on the down grade.
serious
Have recently installed a chopper
and call now furnish ctiopiM'd feed
Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cone have broken
away from the clutches of the fin and
Charlie has l>ccn seen on the streets for
a day or two.
Whetstlne
was discharged frein the
hospital tills \v*H*k H!i<l will sihmi ivstnm»
his la hors, ami n.v«lr Prfci« is also ahh*
to lie around again.
llurtil Carrier
Karl
Have recently installed n ehopisw
and ran now furnish chopped feed
Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver.
Geo Ya lira us calm* in last Saturday,
night from hi* homestead over in tie
Joseph country.
Snake river on
in
lown tlie i
the Isiat and then to |
Grangeville via the high line
is well plci
statist loniMtli
cut
Geo I
•d with hi* homestead and
* looked gissi with him
I
for the future.
S W Hunter came in on lust even- j
lug's Salmon rA er stage from the home
h Uie-ill who IHi-f up fh<- river
White Bird, when* he has Is-eu
for the past wi-ek Installing
system. H<- did not flntsli tin
lire), on H'cotin! of the fain lb
pi
a gas
light in
w ork *
Is i Ig :iffi;. i,-,| with the Inflie-ir/a
Werr
A f iirnlsT of s, ,\ T. C
' •nie»l from Mo*ci
•n receiving training,
' .etiliig' « train. Among them
'«mes \ lio-s. man F. T I'ettils.ne
John Kemlrli-k and Jotin Brown.
t*> « were »It discharged
ts.ys re
ft ber«- they half
Tuesday

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Several of
h r »HIN" Hi-«» r'-tfinuil how htit
° *' n ' tiurnhl* to •««'nr*' tMr nurrw*
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buy a geu- !
"If it is'nt an Eastman, it is'nt a
Kodak." The only place t
nine Kodak is at Glanville's.
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Mrs. Joe Sorrow returned early this
eek from Portland where she was
. ailed by the illness of her son Wil- j
liain. After seeing to the fact that he
laid every care she returned to find her »
smi Joe and little daughter had beeu
disease last Sunday,
I '/ime geUl " 8 We " tW *
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The Maryland Casualty Company
| will insure your employees under the
Idaho Compensation Act. See Hen
Uothwell. 2-tf
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taken with the
! A. R. Harlan returned from Portland
late last week where lie lias beeu for ]
-i\ weeks attending his two sons, Rav
j and Paul, who were stricken with the ;
pneumonia, following influenza. The j
I hoys have recovered but are very weak, !
living able at the time of Mr. Harlan's
return, barely able to w*)k out a short '
distance with the aid of a caue.
Have recently installed a chopper
and can now furnish chopped feed
Denver Roller Mills. Will deliver.
"If It is'nt an Eastman, it is'nt a
Kodak." The only place to buy a gen- !
nine Kodak is at Glauville's.
For Sale—Brand new No. 5 Under
wood Tyjiewriter for $!M) or will trade
for guaranteed milk eow. Address: Box
836, Grangeville, Idaho.
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County Attorney-elis-t, B. Auger, ar
ranged his personal affairs about the
city late last week and immediately en
gaged a private room at the local hos
pital. for the pur i mse of combating an .
attack of the influenza that he felt was
rapidly approaching. While Mr. Auger
is quite ill his condition is not consider
ed alarming. By taking the ease in time :
Mr. Auger feels that his confinement j
will lx* of short duration.
L< 1ST.Between Batty's
ferry and
Grangeville, a i«iir of saddle bags con
taining a |Biir of shoes and a silk skirt.
Kinder please return to this office and
receive suitable reward.
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B F. Harmon came in from Camp
Shelby, Miss.. Tuesday evening, having
!«ecn i<ermnnently discharged from the
Mr. Harmon was disqualified
in bis physical examination here and in
Oetolier was sent !
limited service,
training received made a man of him
and that
sorvii-c.
Camp Shelby for
He states that the
lien he was examined for his
discharge he was given a fs-rfeet health
Mrs.
Batty received the
alarming
hew* Monday evening that Mr. Baity,
who lias been in the hospital at The
I »alles, Oregon,
s in a very critical
<H,l,d,ti «»ii. and that it was thought ad
' ' f" 1 ln*r to to him at
S "V ,,fr 0,1 Tu ' * train, Imt on ar
- thing at Lewiston, she found a telc
! gram containing the enrouraging news
Batty was
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s,1, ' '"'"ever
much Improved,
continued on her journey,
and will remain Indefinitely with Mr
Hatty.
II head black shoals,
alwntl 70 II
weight
crop off each ear. Re
offered for information leading
recovery Rhone formers 12 » Will
Hilf f. Grangeville
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Jam-'* Chamberlain of Spring Camp
v.a* in the city* last Salurdav
ionilng
" ,lt ^ ,r Of |>Ul |s>w of eoiistiniatlng
T " r 11 " o-' 0 acre* of land In that
" 1 ' • hi» h wa* recently secured by
B. ! \an 1'isd of the same place,
it
Sol i larfce and Fred Caris'iiter went
down in
Oorflno early last w
'-.ok after *om • pro|«Tty of the former
it down via the Ford bug and
after transacting their bitslne
on the return ournev
k to
Htnrtisl
Oil the hill they !
out a tsixing and were corn
in I to walk several mile* to call Mrs.
Clark on the telephone to
them In
burned
une ami tow
On receipt of the Information
Mr* Clark left in their large Iteo, going
by wav of |)o
Th#» Foffj fnwiMl
S>7, Vorr* fur n-ioiirn H imI fhi*
fan ill> mi* ot: hoi m* flu* 4 Hinv i*v«*ning.
Fred Iiinekleman, who recently sold
his farming interests in the Winona
country paid a visit to the Globe Wed
Mr. iiinekleman intends te
nesday.
put in some time in and around Idaho
county visiting his numerous friends,
later going on to Oakesdale, Wash, to
attend to business In connection with
» farm purchased there a short time
couver. Wash, along about next March,
h " v l"« " U r chaml « trac ' °* la,al w . ith
'Ti.^T m''® haS
J' 1 ",', „.T Gimk to Vancouver,
® J j?,*!' j 'V* ha "' t ' s .'ijf 0 .
' V ,. the '''* * 0nt to l l " U ' h , ls
Ration, having renewed his sub
senption for the coming year.
He intends to locate at Van
age.
lor f ire, Burglary, Livestock, Steam
Boiler, Life, Health and Accident In
surance, see Herv Rottuvell 2-tf
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make his usual visit this year; and when these
signs appear we are positive that "Santa" will
visit each and
more so on account
everyone
that the whole world is not fighting, but that
peace is very near,
ot loved ones and good friends.
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We have a most complete
presents that everybody appreciates,
and beautiful, at the same time practical and
useful,
goods at fair
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prices.
wide choice, a tine variety and a grand oppor
tunity to get the best' and most suitable gifts
for young and old. Remember, our up-to-date
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We have the largest assortment of WATCHES
CLOCKS, JEWELRY and NOVELTIES in the
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Fred Lyda, of the Central Garage,
was ou the street today, his first ap
pearance since .being attacked by the
flu. He is feeling pretty good ami will
soon have forgotten all about the event.
Jacob H. Berlinghoff returned fi in
Camp Fremont, Calif., last Thursday
night, being permanently discharged.
After a couple of dffys here he went mi
down to his home i.i the Salmon river
country. While he liad nothing agaii -t
army life Mr. Berlinghoff was glad to
reach home.
TIE TIMBER FOR SALE.
Tin* government Is offering good
prices for railroad ties. Have plenty
of such titulier on 200 acres adjoining
John D. Long's place. Desire to sell
stumpage.
MRS. J. R. ADKISON
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