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Surety Bond»—H. Rothwell.
L. M. Harris returned this evening from a few days' business visit to Spokane. Why It's a Mistake TO DELAY YOUR PURCHASE OF The NEW EDISON I Most everything you buy wears out eventually. An automobile, for example—or a suit of clothes. So the longer you delay its purchase the longer you'll have it to enjoy. Not so with a New Edison. It will outlive you anyway. Every month you delay is just one more month gone from your life—another month in which you might have had your life enriched by music—bu£ didn't. Under our new plan by which payment can be made so much a month there's no reason why you shouldn't be enjoying your New Edison right now. The New Edison cost $3,000,000 to perfect, only instrument which successfully meets the test of direct comparison with the living artist's voice or .in strument. It will bring into your home the world's best music, sung or pjayed by the world's great artists. Send it out to It is the Call tomorrow for a demonstration, the house" will be your verdict. • < Glanville Drug Co. THE REXALL STORE MICKEY Tlie Picture You Will Never Forget. Featuring Mable Normand / 4 M À ^ v ; -s i Have you ever had an indescribable feeling, like being charged with electricity, that made your whole anatomy tingle till you could hardly refrain from whooping—to combust at very short intervals with spontan eous laughter—to climax with a sudden thrill, and then to be entirely relaxed? the harr urn. scarrum, mischievcous, kissable little imp in the photoplay sensation of the day. Such an experience will be yours when you see "MICKEY, LYRIC THEATRE MONDAY, MAY 12 ONE DAY ONLY Matinee at 2:30 and 4:30 - Adults 35c, Children 15c Evening 7 and 0:00 Adults 50c, Children tie I ncluding War Tax a. Fire Insurance—A. W. Talklngton. Carl Urbabn, who has been seriously ill for several days past, is reported as much improved. Insure that growing grain—Harris. Klder C. B. Chase will preach at the Adkison school house next Sunday morning. May 11th, at 11 o'clock. Hall Insurance—H. Rothwell. • in has been in the city most of the week on dis trict court matters. He returned home today. Surety Bond A marriage license was issued today by County Auditor Teicher to Frank \V. Algers and Cert rude Schaecher, of the Cottonwood side. Hail ! Horrible ! Harris ! Hurry ! Geo. Behean has a force of men en gaged In the erection of a bungalo on the Overman place north of this city which he recently purchased. Sand for sale at Chester Arnold's. Tlie city rock crusher was brought up from the electric light plant late last week and was fkken out to the rook quarry, west of the city. Fire Insurance 1 —II. Rothwell. Mrs. Frank Hogan of White Bird, Is in tly> city visiting with her son Roy, who is attending school here, and at tending to some shopping. FOR SAT,10—Dodge car, M MRS. A. F. PARKER. On April 25th, at Seattle, Wash., a daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs Otto Schwalbach, formerly of this city. All concerned were reported doing well. Camp stoves of all kinds at Chester Arnold's. Mrs. Oliver McConnell and little child arrived hdVe last Thursday night from Seattle to join Mr. McConnell who Is now in charge of the Doe Den ny store. / Columbia grafanolas and records for sale at the Smoke House. Mr. and Mrs. Tnm Vincent departed on Monday morning for California where they will make an indefinite stay. They rented their home to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Running. FOR SALE McOHIE. S. V. Fullaway, supervisor of the Ne/. Perce National Forest, returned on Tuesday evening's stage from a few days' trip up the Salmon river on of ficial business. At the Smoke House you will find on sale Columbia grafanolas and all the latest records. District Forest Hanger (Jeo. V. Ring of the Whltebird country, was a busi ness visitor In the city late last week. Mr. Ring recently removed Ihs family from their ranch to Whltebird. Dr. W. (t. Law, chiropractic physician is now located In the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Simons, in the Orange ville Saving and Trust block. Attorney Miles S. Johnson of Lewl« tou, arrived hero Tuesday evening to represent the Domecq Highway district In the injunction suit that was brought up in the district court yester day morning. Miss Eilzalieth Crawford of Lapwal an acquaintance of several years of Mr. and Mrs. (Jeo. D. Smith, came up from lier home on Wednesday of last week and is making an indefinite visit with friends here. M. (iritlith returned home last Sunday evening from Spokane where lie went to attend the meeting of the North went Mining association, represented the local Commercial club at the gathering. A. Nepean of Canfield in at ___ -A. W. Talklngton. du of of in on Is el 1A18. * 24-tf l^l -A Shorthorn bull. J. A. 23-2t 14-tf E. He Miss Agnes Maugg of Cottonwood is siiendiug tlie week at the home of her brother, A. J., who Is up the Sal mon river tills week on official busl Mr. Maugg return* ness as cononer. ed this evening. » The Glolie is in receipt of informa tion from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Deventer from Oakley, Idaho, where they have been spending the'winter, to the effect that they art> now on their way to Orangeville. Victor Baldwin of Portland, is spending a few days at the J. A. Zuver farm southwest from toWn. He ac eomiianied the remains of Mrs. Bald win, 4 who died suddenly at Portland lust Friday, hero for Interment. Mrs. Israel Harris returned from Spokane last Sunday where she has lieen taking treatment for some time l»ast. Mrs. Harris states that she feels 75 |>ereent lietter than when she left, and certainly looks the part. C. K. Morgan, secretary of the Ikou mecq Highway district, was in the city a few days this week in regqrd to the Ihnimecq Highway matter that was up liefere the district court. The case was continued until June 2. S. C. McDaniel returned early this \veek from a thro* 1 months' visit at Cal ifornia points. Me states that while away he suffered nearly alt there was in connection with the Influenza, hut returns to the city enjoying the liest of health. Ex-County Commissioner J. N. Rice, of Whitebird, was an arrival hero last Thursday evening coming in on the first auto stage. Mr. Rice, who has lieen suffering considerable of late with rheumatism, speitt several davs in the city. Wade Daubeiispeck Is enjoying a 30 dav furlough with the home folks, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Daubensiieck. Wade re cently returned from overseas where ; tie was wounded |n one of the big l<at tles. His unit Is now stationed In I Virginia. Miss Ruth Noyes, daughter of Fred Noy* 1 **, who has been attending the win i ter with Mr. .and Mrs. Homer Phillips at Greer, where si« 1 has i*een attend ng school, returned home last Friday evening, ami will now become house • keejier for her father. W. E. Heudren. of Minnesota, one of the Montnna soldiers who was sta tioned ou gnard duty at Iiewlston some two years ago, and who recently re turned from overseas, is a guest at the i of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Westen hiser, north of the city. home <leo. Sheldon, one of the well known farmer« of the Winona country, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Sheldon stated that the Winona crops were not excelled in any section of the entire country and if nothing happens a bum would be harvested. tier crop Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jones of Can field, sjient the fore part of the week in the city and while hero were guests at th% Imperial Hotel. They were out ___ matters connected with the Can field Highway district and other busi arid returned to their home today. du ness, Angus Kennedy, manager of the Hull store, was called to Lewiston Wednes day morning in connection with busi ness at this point. It is the intention of the management to add a full line of dry goods in the near future, shelv ing for the accomodation of which is already lieiug placed. M. I* Ayers reports the sale of a 100-acre tract belonging to Geo. Wilk in to Carl B. Sangren, of Bickleton. Wash. The place is located four miles northeast of this city and the consider ation was $16,000. farm the place this summer the new purchaser taking possession this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Blayden came in on last Friday's stage from Meadows, where the former had gone to meet Mrs. Blayden who had been spending the winter with relatives at Payette. Mr. Blayden went on to Ilo whnre he Is engaged in garage work, and Mrs. Blayden will join him there later. Quite a number of Stites business men were in the city Tilcsda.v attend ing to business matters of different kinds. Among the party we met Thos. Benoy, Dan Hanam of the Stites hotel. Andrew Olson, Cv Howard and C. A. Hall. Lceper. I. Ewing, Bob Hannaford and Phil Hartman. Mr. Wilkin will In another party were J. B Mrs. John D. Long returned last Sunday evening from a visit to Cfirap Lewis when* she went a few days be fore to have a conference with one of the officers of the l)lst division which recently returned from service over seas, and who was with her son, Lieut. John A. Long, when he was killed in action last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ficke of Canfield, arrived here by automobile last Mon day, the former to attend to some road matters In connection with the injunc tion that has been filed in the district court against the sale of their highway bonds, and the latter to visit with her parent« and other relatives. They re turned home today. A Victory loan meeting was schedul ed for last Saturday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall, called on short notice and the hall had not lieen heated. It seemed impossible to get the iieople to go there. Hon. •tiles S. Johnson of Lewiston, was to make an address. The Cowboy band also rendered a concert for this oc casion. The meeting was V Saturday, May 10 is the Last Day of the Last Liberty Loan Drive % -ft PAYMENTS 10 per cent with application 10 per cent July 15th. • 20 per cent August 12th. 20 per cent September 9th. 20 per cent October 7th. 20 per cent November 11th. Idaho County Allotment About One Half Subscribed. Rate of Interest 4 3-4% LET'S FINISH THE JOB . I a . Bank of Camas Prairie S« Talk® TM§ Tip! s «1 certainly wish you would tell me how I can recognize a good EE suit when I see one. Whenever I go to buy elothes I feel just as sss tho I was blindfolded." »Well—you've asked a pretty hard question, but I believe I ran make a suggestion that will help." "Go ahead." When you buy For instance: "Buy dependable clothes. Cloth craft Clothes you get a written guarantee of satisfactory wear and service and that Is all the protection a fellow wants." We've just unpacked a case of the niftiest shirts that we've shown for months. decidedly different patterns than we've been able They're of to obtain in the past. The colors are so bright and refreshing that you'll honestly be tempted to ta^e a couple home with you. If you want the' niftiest shirt in town—ask to see these new ones. Our stocks arc EE Also see our line of Caps, Ties, Collars, Hats, now at their very best with all the latest styles. Ë5 mrrr'. TIJZEZZ&L # a n LTD. Hiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu nnimiHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiliiniiiiiMiiiiiiiiw f $' n ^ v \ V V» * TRY OUR i :v. ftïïec i|ip ! iâ Cream Beer & MAY 4TH TO 11TH YOUR candy shop is supplied with these tempting goodies in the nifty blue tins. Munch them, toast them, cook with tehm—they're fresh and de licious ! 5c IN 15c BLUE TINS o \ BRADBURY'S wjm \ r & t