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BANKS CONSOLIDATED.
r W Keitenharh «f Lewiston, Presi
" 'dent * Thos. Pogue, Vice President.
A m ,,vernent which had been in hand
for some time past to consolidate the
Salmon River State hank and the
White Bird State bank, of Whitebird,
was consummated last week, when F
w Kettenbaeli of Lewiston, one of
controlling spirits in ^the Salmon
bank visited that, place, and
will operate und«- the
the
River
hereafter
of the former institution. Tlie olttcers
of the consolidated bank are: F. W
getteubach, president; Thos. Pogue
vice president; Otto Nail, cashier; A
M Reynolds, tpslstant -eaRhler.
Interview given out after Mr.
gettenbaeh's return, he stated that
om-h of the institutions had a capital
ization of $25,IKK) and substantial sur
pluses The new hank will have a <np
ital of $60,000 and a $12,000 surplus.
ITie new l>auk will have more than 800
accounts and deposits In excess of
•280,000. All of the stockholders of
folth institutions will retain their '
terests in the uaw bank, and tlie con
solidât!« 'ht «H the interest
of tho* rroundlng country
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HERE WE ARE FOLKS
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A NEW LINE OF CHILDREN'S ROMPERS—OLIVE DRAB,
NEATLY TRIMMED IN RED, AT_
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... $1.25
A LINE OF LADIES DRESS SHOES—SOME PRICE $2.65
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DON'T OVERLOOK OUR BARGAIN COUNTER OF OX
FORDS, AT
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$1.00
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MENS' SILK AND WOOL SUMMER HATS, AT 65c to $1.25
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WE ARE NOW READY
TO DO
STEAM ROLLING
FOR FARMERS
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At the old
NORWOOD WAREHOUSE
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Have Rolled Barley on
Hand at all Times
For Sale
V ollmer-Clearwater
Company
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2k
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kehiud the
Thomas i>„ KlM .
l,en t or ' \Y h i M>Tn I "'« täte* 1 «ai?k T"''
H o, «'''luatiitanee of m , lst
«itueu in that part o
ty and is well qualified for
Mon for which he wa> chosen
ttive much of his time
ment of the business
Mr. Nail lief,
f the
one institution.
manager of tin- Sal
.
HIGH NHooi NOTES.
(Contributed. I I
l.ast week the junior class debated
no subject : "The Small College |g
more beneficial to the Student than i
the I Diversity." The affirmative mem- I
f tin
co un
tlie posi
H< will
to tlie manage
f the tiunk.
mivptlng tlie cn.sU
Salrnou
IV
iership
bunk
River State
f tlie Hank of
«'as an employee
< amas Prairie, resigning to
on mvount of his health.
sm.e b!, s „k VUS ' asl " U "' " f ,h "
1 lie Salmon river
lioast of
go to Art
Mr
country can now
tJ f th«* strongest institu
Mo S Of any of the rural districts
«ill undoubtedly enjoy pn
mensurafe with the
of the river
one
. and
>sperity com
rapid development
country.
U rs were : Genevieve Edmondson, Vel-i
um Frizzell and Willard Rush, and
the memlK'rs of the negative were:
ai\ Hell, Ksthcr Crawford and I.yal
» u <iood ar « umtx "t was put up
on tarth sides and the judges cast the
'"if " r Mie affirmative.
1 he nurd grade pupils wert" great
ly delighted last week in receivim
">xes of pop corn lialls from their
t eucher. Miss Kdmundson.
•I- H. Colgrove of Orogrande, who is
sojourning in the eitv while awaiting
the arrival of his horses received in
tclltgciiis" rei-eutiv to the effect that
liis son Isv S., formerly with the re
cruiting station at Spokane and who
was disctnirgeil some time ago at Fort
McDowell. Calif., bad rcenllsted for
another year in the recruiting service.
his present address Ixdug titi Market
street, San Francisco. Mr. Uolgrove's
other son. William, who was also sta
tioiMMl at Fort MrDowoll, was rewutlv
I made a eoriHoal in the quartermaster's
«leimrtment. lie has not beeil dis
j''barged and has the same address as
i »»is brother. Iloth Ih.vs enlisted hut
I «''I'*' "ot lau-mittcd to cross the water !
Influenza Claimed Wife of Former
Superintendent of Schools.
some time ago word was received
here of the death in California of
Mrs. George Wadsworth, who was at
one time su|N>rlutendeut of the city
si liools, hut nothing definite was known
until this week when a letter was re
eeivetl hy friends from Professor Wads
worth. who statist tlmt Mrs. Wads
worth, who hud lieon in a hospital in
,he ''ast where she had undergone an
'Ms'ration. was on- lier way home ilur
'"K ,h< ' «inter when her train was
snowbound for some, days. During
,llis time Mrs. Wadsworth contracted
influenza, and by the time she reached
pneumonia lmd dcvclo|«'d. and
"fter a struggle of two weeks the lady
I'« ss «*'l away.
i'rofessor Wadsworth also contracted
1
11,1 h « s riavntly been roapl*>tnte«l sup
nriiitendent of Westslde high school
l,r * , 'J , '.v. t allfornia.
1 '" f - a "'l Mrs W adsworth made
! " u,,l - v warm f'-ionds during the time
they resided itère, who deeply regret
the seemingly untimely calling away
of one of sueii lovely character, and
they mourn her loss sincerely.
niese friends extend to Professor
j Wadsworth their heartfelt .sympathy.
MRS. WADSWORTH DEAD.
the disease and for a time was very
He has had a long struggle In
overcoming tile ravages of tlie malady
va
an
of
1 1
hy
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H0WARD WOODS.
At tlie farm home of the bride's
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
ids, a few miles northwest from
I bis city, at ti :.'S 0 o'clock Wednesday
i evening, occurred the marring«" of Miss
Florence Woods to Mr. Dan A. Howard.
Rev. G. ( ». Oliver, of tit«" Federated
church of this city, sjH'nking the Is-unt
j i fut ring service tlmt made them one
in the presence of immediate relatives
! of both iiarties.
Roth flies«" young |K"ople nre well
and fiivoralily known to a large numls'r
of ix'ople in tills eommutiity where
the) have lived for a numlier of years.
j The liride 1ms made Jher home with
gramlpnrents almost since «>nrly
i hildhood, and is loved liy all win
j came to know iter. She attended school
. in litis city and was very popular with
j tlie younger set.
1 Mr. Howard is Mit" son of Mr. and
I Mi s. S. M. Howard, extimslve farmers
(residing northwest of the city, and one
j "f ^lie steady, conservative young men
S of the community. He lately ivturned
from service with the military arm of
the government. In which lie put in
yea rs.
Tlie young folks will make I licit
home at Churchill, Idaho, departing
for tlmt plue«- on tomorrow's train
a crom pat til'd by the bi'st wishes of
ill who know them.
siPiiK'thing like tu
IMG STOCK CATTLE SALE.
Sweet and Rhoades llail Consignment
of Almut 100 Head al Spokane.
Tin" big sal«" of stock cattle held at
i lie Union Stock Yards at Kitokune las'
i wii'k in which 'JHK» head of cattk
I assed through tlie t ing in tin" record
if two hours, is considered one
->f 11»«" sjte<"esses of tlie season by stock
"" " Mirouglnuit tlie entire country
' Tlie 'Jlou head consisting of cows
calves, ycarUngs and two-year-olds
! avi-rögcd $t>«UN) ]h*i- le-ad. Cows lirought
up t" $X5.00; yearlings up to $51.00
and two-year-iilds tip to $ST.oo.
E. S. Sw«*et of Grangeville, and Jay
O. RhoaiU's of Uolloek, lmd consigned
about 400 head for this sale, and tin
Idaho county cattle brought the top
j prices.
Auction«"«"!" Harry ('. f'ranke of Nez
j Perce, conducted tin» salt".
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Frank Piekolii'k of Orogrande, was
an arrival liere last Saturday, coming
'out via the South Fork trail on foot,
t Mr. Piekollck, who has h«*«"n a ri"sl«l«*nt
! of tlmt section for many years, occu
pies tin" position of foreman at the
Hogan mine. He applied for eitizen
! ship several years before tlie war start
mi and permitted tlie matter to laiise.
While here lie was looking up matters
I along tlmt line in order that lie might
i become a citizen of tlie U. S. Some
time ago Mr. Piekollck sent a nuinlier
of furs to St. Louis, tlie shipment
consisting of nit)«" marten, nnc mink
and two red fox«>s. He had estiumti'd
their value at $150.00 and while here
lie nsvlved word from tlie company
that they were' worth $275.(Mi, which
was very pleasant news.
rOOKKI) FOOD SALE.
The Ju(U«'s of the Baptist church will
hold a cooked food sale at Lingo's
furniture store on Saturday afternoon
from 2 to 5 o'clock.
<5. L. Devore, auditor for the Madi
son Lumber Co., is again in charge
of the company"»« yard at this place
A. D. McMillan having liecn called
to Ularkston hy fh« 1 serious llln«"ss of
one of his «■hllilren.
He is of tin
opinion that the gentleman who is to
smiwit Mr. McMillan at the local yard,
will reach here the latter part of the
week.
In compilai!«"«" with Governor Davis'
proclamation whi«-li was followed by
that of tli«' mayor, a half-holiday was
declared ' Wednesday afternoon and
most all of th«" business lt(Uis«"s «dosed
their doors. No previous notice had
been given out and many out of town
lx*ople were <llxap|totnte«l in not bidiig
al>le to secure supplies they had come
after. The holiday was for the pur
pose of sjK-ixItng up the Victory loan
and the Cowboy hand rendered a eon
Cert on Main street.
Dr. Alcorn and H. G. Sasse, editor
of the Ferdinand Enterprise of that
place wi're in the city yesterday. Th<>
doctor, who reconfly secured the rooms
formerly occupied by the Forest office
sin the Teicher block, is having n Jot
! of new office furniture slilppeil in
iBtld 'file owners of the building are
: having the room* placed in fine sln^K"
'for arinipancy. Xleorn will k-nve
tomorrow morning for Rochester. Minn,
where tie goes to take siieoini work
with the Mayo Bros., expecting to l>e
absent alHiut six wi'eks. Tlie g<>ntli"
meu were guests at the Commercial
lui» luncheon.
I
j IDAHO COMBINE FOR SALE.
I Have two pull hitch Idaho comblnes
and will sell either of them. S«!e GEO
W. WILKIN. 23-21
INCREASE OF
TELEPHONE
CHARGES
of
of
irt
to
&
Postmaster General Burleson
Explains Raise Is Abso
lutely Necessary.
Holse. Ida.. May 5.—The Increase in \
teleplione rates in Idaho by order of !
Postmaster General Hurleson did not
come as a surprise to tlie publie. Ad- i
va nee notlii" hail Ikh'ii given by the I
government Mint it was newssary to
make the tnerense in view of tiie heavy
increase in tlie cost of lultor and uni
1
terial, which lias resulted in a wide
distribution of money among the work
ers.
Postumster General Hurleson ex
plains that tills raise was not made in
an arbitrary spirit because the value
of the telephone is so great ns to ren
der it Indispensable to the public, but
simply Ihhiuihc the expenses of «qiern
1 1 « mi lias Increased so great it was posl
lively necessary to raise tlie rates.
Citizens generally accept tlie raise
philosophically, fceling—that the tele
phone is worth in emergencies many
Mines the Increased cost. They also
realize that the general increase in
Mie prie»" of lultor and produce forces
increases all along the line.
In llie South Idaho territory served
hy tin 1 Mountain State Telephone and
Telegraph company the deti. it last
year on telephone service', ns shown by
government figures was more than
$208.000.
stated, will make about $50.000 of this
shortage. '
There is some significance to tills In
crease, ordered by a Democratic ad
ministration, representing a political
party that in time imst has argued for
low prices even though aeeompnnied by
dull times. II shows that all leading
IKditicnl, as well as economic, thinkers
realize that it is I letter for the average
man to have pros|s>rous times, with
high prices, than dull times with low
prices, liecuuxe of tlie Immensely in
creased opport unit it's under pros|icri
The increased rates, it Is
ty.
Now In Federal Court.
Boise, May 0.—The injunction suit
against Host master General Burleson
brought by tlie state to determine tlie
Jurisdiction of tlie fislernl government
to fix rates for tlie Mountain Stat«"s
Teli'pltone and Telegraph company
was trunsferml to the United States
court today and argument will be
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I FIRST NATIONAL BANK |
TELLS YOU A FEW WAYS THAT THEY
CAN BE OF USE TO YOU
1st. Our check book helps you to pay
your bills promptly.
2nd. Establishes your prestige in the
business world.
3rd. Improves credit at home and abroad.
4th. Is an accurate record of expense.
5th. Acts as a receipt beyond question.
=5 Last but not least, this hank is a member of the federal §=
Ex reserve system, which insures to its depositors abso- ==
Ex lute security and financial aid at all times.
..mi.ilium....
Sasenbery 's
A FINE DISPLAY OF
Men's Clothing
Suitcases and
Bags, etc.
\
EVERYTHING FOR MEN'S WEAR
Sasenbery 's
heard Friday by Judge Dietrich. The
supreme court of tlie United States
yesterday heard argument lu a suit
involving tlie same points.
HAS REPRESENTATIVE HERE.
it. II. Rector, representative of H. II.
Thomlierry of Jnmesport, Missouri, one
of tlie largest breeders and importers
of Jacks and Jennets in the United
States, is in the city with headquarters
irt Gen.'s liant. Soe ills unilouiieemeut,
.you may is- interested in what lie tuts
to offer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ro\ Irwn, of the Hill
& Irwin cattle ranch In the Salmon
river eauie in on the Salmon river
auto stage this afternoon. They will
combine business with pleasure ou this
visit.
Mrs. F.. S. Vincent, wife of county
\ eommlssioner Ed Vincent, was an ur
! rival on this afternoon's stage from
her home at Freedom. She will visit
i for several days wttli friends and rela
I lives in tills city.
t. M. Atwood of Winona, is in tlie
eitv. Mr. Atwood lias derided that he
1
will not o|H'U Ills Grnngevllle Maxwell
agency this year, but will handle the
business from tlie raiii*Ii. He 1ms al
ready made a numlier of sales.
Ellis Harness of Slate Creek, came
in by auto from his home this after
noon. Some business matters requir
ing attention called him to tlie county
sent. He is a mendier of the firm of
Harness & Klee, stockmen and ranch
ers, of that section of the Salmon
river.
H. H. Krtglmum, manager of the
Meadows-Warn-n-Rosevel I Teleplione
Co., after s|x"ndlng several days In
tit«' city attending to huslm-ss matters
and visiting with friends, returned to
tils liotiii" on Tuesday morning's Salmon
river stag«", lit" was aeeonqianli'd out
by Rodney Mead«", of Riggins.
1'artli"s Journi'ylng to th«' Dewey
mini's on the Clearwater within the
lifist few days nr<' loud in their pralsi's
of tin" work that Is being done on tint
new road to 111«" tuiin's that Is being
pul in hy Mi«" company, and still«" tlmt
same will probably lie completed within
Hie next thirty days when auto I rathe
will I« 1 possible to that proi»erty.
WANTED TO BUY.
A* good ranch.
Grangeville. Idalio.
GEO. M. REED,
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FOR SALE.
A 60-horse power Holt eatepillar and
18-foot combine. Enquire of A. T.
Kendrick, <;rangevllle.
ie-tf
Auto Owners
who are running without 1919
license plates are subject to
fine.
COUNTY ASSESSOR.

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