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Published every Thursday by
GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, LTD.
Editor and Business Manager
GEO. A. SMITH,
Thursday, February 12, 1920
PRESCRIBE WHISKEY.
CAN
Druggists Kequirrd to
Secure Permits.
of Internal Revenue
stateuient relative to the
eriiing the ii»<" and pro
intoxicating liquors
Doctors and
The I'.uronu
has issued a
regulations g<>'
curemeiit of
for
medical purposes.
•xcrilti »
who
Roth tiie physician
and the pharmieist or druggist who
» must
pr<
!
i
soils liquor for medical purpose
have a iK'timt. Application for the <
permits nbotild is« made to tie Fed-|
r ljlv(>( ir In S(a |,. s ;
dhJ.p.rs have not
oral prohibition
where prohibition
been appointed application should be!"
made to the Collector of Internal Rev
In the case of residents of the
V.
enue.
District
should he made to Collector of Internal
Revenue. Joshua W. Miles, Baltimore,
application
< '»duuibia
of
Md.
for prescribing
liquors ar» 1 lieing printed and distrlbut
od among Federul prohibition directors
assistant directors and collectors
Wiiere such blanks
Blank forms—lit »3
I
Interim 1 revenue,
are not yet available, physicians hold
ing permits may issue prescriptions on
blanks regularly used by them.
Bureau's state
Followlng is the
meut:
"Any physician duly licensed to
practice medicine and actively engag
ed In the practice of such profession
may obtain a permit to prescribe in
toxicating liquor ami may then issue
prescriptions for dlstilhsl spirits, wine*
or certain alcoholic medicinal prepar
ations for medlel .al purposes for per
sons upon whom he is in attendance in
cases where he believes that the use
of liquor as a medicine Is necessary.
In no case may splritous liquor be pre
•cribed by one or moro physicians in
excess of one pint for the same [ler
son within any iierlod of ten days.'
I
a
to
to
"No specitlc limitation is placed up
on the quantity of wines which way
be prescribed for medical purposes.
The regulations merely rispilre that
no prescription be issued for a great
er quantity than is .necessary for use
as a medicine. Physicians who do not
hokl permits to prescribe intoxicating
liquor are under no circumstances per
mitted to issue prescriptions.
"All prescriptions for intoxicating
liquor are required to l>o written on
prescription blanks presented by the
regulations (Form 1408), and to be
provided by the Bureau, except that
in emergency eases physicians may
use their regular prescription blanks
provided the same contain the date of
isHiM". amount prescribed, to whom is
sued, and directions for use stating
the amount and frequency of dose.
Pending an adequate supply of the
official blanks being printed and dis
tribut'd to directors ami acting di
rectors, physicians holding iiermits
have been authorized to issue proscrip
tions on blanks regularly used by them.
"Prescriptions for intoxicating liq
uor may lie tilled only by registered
pharmacists who hold permits auth
orizing them to do so, or who are em
ployed by retail druggists holding such
|a*rmit.s. Pharmacists and druggists
bolding such permits will procure their
MUpplb-s of intoxicating liquor from
manufacturers or other persons hold
ing penults authorizing them to si>ll
liquor.
"Persons to whom prescriptions for
intoxicating liquor aie issued by phy
sicians may procure tiw» liquor pre
Horilisl through pharmacists or drug
gists holding itcnuitM without obtain
ing a iiermit.
"Physicians may also obtain per
mits entitling ithein to procure not
if
mure limn six quarts of distilled spir
its», wines
i»r certain nlcnhidic prc|»ar
atioiM during any calctslar year for
administration to their iwtients in
emergency cases where delay in pro
curing liquor ou h prescription through
a pharmacist might have serious miii
seqiieni'e to tiie iiatlent.
"Provision Is ulso «uade ip the reg
ulations for Issuing [lennits to hosptt
.cs and sanatoriums to enalile them to
priK'iire* intoxicating liquor to (s' ad
ministered for luinllcinal purimses to
patients at such institutions anil also
toi issuing is'imits to manufacturing
iinbjgStrial, and other estHblislimC'it
utiHutslnlng first aid stations, nutltn u
ii it tin 111 to pris'ure liquor for a»lmi:i.
istration t»» tlieir yiDtiiuym» for medi
cal purposes in emergency
"All applications for fs-nuits alsn-c
rvferreil to should l»e made on Form
I4U4 in triplicate and forwarded to tiie
les'ai Collector of Internal Revenue.
>f the Nat'oiuii Pro
b Ititioii Act provides that any tutox
Ktiler sdetion
rases.
"Sert Jon 27
, b ating liquor seized
•ct.on _'t> tlieiisif. and siilijeet to hi'
•!< str . cd, ui; i.v ii|hhi application of the
Unit.nl Stall's Attorney. In*
... r.» tx* deliveri'i) to
or s
iiplered by
tiny |K>rsoii
Iiermit to purchase liquor,
seized under such sections
holding
a
All liquor
,,f law may lx» diverted through regu
mcdiclnal iHirpoees
for
lar «hannels
•cilu re above d»*scril»ed.
nder tin- pro»
intoxicating liquor seized un
"Any
, 1 ,.,. Federal Law prior to October 28,
1919, if not claimed within sixty days
likewise upon
sueii date, may
from
,,f the Court lie delivered to any
Ijerson holding a permit to purchase
! and l»e diverted to medicinal or other
non-beverage punioses."
Complaints
for liquor for medicinal purposes which
l'l'"" '""ponsers thereof In the class
•re will lie Investigated."
of exorbitant charges
l' r 1 1
AUCTION SALE.
To settle the estate of the late Prof.
K. A. Small, I will sell at Auetlon on
'Fell. 24, Tuesday, Itegiuning at 10
o'clock, all the stock, consisting of 24
cattle, 6 horses, hogs and machinery,
also the farm consisting of 360 acres,
2Vi miles cast of Peck, Idaho, 80 acres
in cultivation, 20 acres winter wheat,
abundance of water piped to buildings,
for further information, Write Ool. A.
V. Ball, Peck, Idaho. Good corn belt,
You high rollers oomc »lown in the val
ley.
THE NEAR EAST RELIEF WORK.
As a mcmltcr of the Near East Re
lief Committe Interested in the cause,
I am taking the lil»erty of addressing
a few words to the .people :
There Is no doubt of the awful con
dition of starvation, destitution and
need of the people whom we are asked
to help; heither Is there any reason
able doubt about our money reaching
and helping them. There are many
other worthy causes; but, while men
and women and, especially, little
children are starving by the thousands,
other things, If necessary, can wait a
hit Let us not wait for some one
to look us up, hut go to Lhe bank and
make our contribution. Let N children
and young people save the money they.
waste on candy, gum, eta, and all
if we need to, deny ourselves a few
luxuries and put the money Into the
relief of suffering and the saving of
life.
I had decided that a ^certain
sum wnulil be my share, but, since
ivtyling some facts aind looking at
some pictures, I have ddelded to.dou
ble the amount. Let us make R our
business to do this ât once and thus
make it easy 1er for Rev. Knox, the
county chairman.
H. S. RANDALL.
NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE OWNER
The 1020 automobile license Is now
dite at this office. The State Depart
ment has set March 15th as the last
•lay any motor vehicle may lawfully
«»Iterate on the highways without a
1920 liiense.
CALVIN HAZBLBAKKR,
County Assessor.
CALL FOR' WARRANTS.
Notice is hereby given that all war
rants of Union Highway district No.
223 to 271 inclusive, will 1 k> imfd on
prcHiftation at the <Jrangeville Savings
and Trust Co. bank, and that Interest
i>n said warrants will cease on Wed
nesday, the 18th of February, 1020.
B. H. DECKER, Treaturer.
STOCK RANCH FOR SALE
Stockmen would you tie Interested
In a ri'al stock ranch at half price?
Look hen* 1500 Hen's under fenix*. 920
acn>s deeded. 400 school land 10 cents
I»er acre, 176 government land, modern
set of buildings. (HI lien's irrigated, 4(1
more can Is 1 . 150 tons alfHlfu hay last
season from 40 acres, some wheat, 2
cows
. 5 gissl horse«. 10 laigs. all ma
cbinery, 2 wagons, 1 new road grader
cost $-_'(ll).
Household giMsls. All for
$lT.5titi. $,s,(zki cash, bain ins' to suit.
Plain' is 011 Columbia river and the
main l iw Great Northern Rail inmd
( iH|>n»vements
raiadi. Get. busy.
Peek. Idaho.
ost what I ask for
Write A. V. Ball.
—O
NOTICE SALE OF ESTRAY.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing est ray animals have been taken
up at the Henry Meyer place,
Femi. Idaho, viz: One coming 2
old ,nsl and white spotted steer with
horns, mi visible brands;
cow.
near
year
One roan
2 years old. with horns, half
under crop In right
in left ear. no other brands visible.
ear. upper nlopr
Said animals were taken up at the
Meyer place on Novi m !
unless claimed within
. 1010. and
«T __
4ft days will lie
< °ld at that place near Feun, Idaho,
Wednesday the 10th day of March
1920. t

th»' highest and liest bidder
for cash.
Dated January 21*. 1020.
E. L. DUFUR.
Constable of Fenn Precinct.
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$31000
federal
apent;
from
sjient
$2000
spent
$1950
spent
$4508
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spent
$5939
$2477
$2295
spent
. $2000
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Cares
r When CALUMET 1
comes in, all baking 1
troubles take quick
leave. You go right
ahead and mix up bak
ing materials, for biscuits—
cakes —anything without fear
of uncertainty. Calumet makes
you forget failure.
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
is tha most popular because it does give
most perfect results. It has the big
gest demand because it is the most de
pendable. The fact that it is the big
Î est seller proves that it is the best,
!l trial will convince you that there is
none "fust as good." Buyacan—if you
are not satisfied take it back and
get your money back.
Calumet contains only such ingre
dients as have been approved 1
officially by the U. S. Food
Authorities.
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A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
For Progressive Men and Women Busi
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Teachers, Students, Ministers, Doctors
Lawyers, Stenographers and for all
who wish to Speak and Write Correct
Hnglldb.
all
Partial List of Contents.
Your Every-day Vocabulary
(How to dhlarge It)
Words, Their Meanings and Uses
(Pronounclatlons with 111 us tea
tive Sentences.)
Helps for Speakers.
Helps for Writers.
Helps for Teachers.
Business English for the Business
Man.
Correct English for the Beginner
Correct English for Advanced Pu
plis.
Shall and Will : How to Use Them
Should and Would: How to Use
Them.
Sample Copy 10c. Mention this Paper
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OF THE YEAR y
ERSKINE DALE,
PIONEER
ft
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by
JOHN FOX, JR.
is now running in
SCRIBNER'S
MAGAZINE
also
ROOSEVELTS
LABOR LETTERS
Leeper & Knight
Conduct
PUBLIC SALES
will be glad to serve you
Dates arranged at either
newspaper office in
_ Orangeville
FARM BUREAU MADE
LARGE SAVINGS
(Cbntduued from page 1.)
• Cassia : $13.05 saved per dollar
spent ; $78,747 saved ; $6033 spent ;
$31000 v couuty funds; $2033 slate and
federal
Custer: $52.22 saved i»er dollar
apent; $20,000 saved; $383 spent all
from state and federal funds.
Klniore: $2.19 saved per dollar
sjient : $10,786 saved; $4907 spent;
$2000 county funds ; $2907 state and
federal
Franklin : $3.91 saved per dollar
spent ; $22,704 saved ; $5803 spent ;
$1950 county funds; $5853 state and
federal.
Fremont: $2.65 saved pet dollar
spent : $28,684 saved ; $10.852 spent ;
$4508 county funds ; $6.344 state and
federal.
; Gem*. $2.00 saved lier dollar spent;
$10,832 saved; $5249 spent; $1883
county funds; $3366 state and federal.
Gooding: $7.20 saved per dollar
spent ; $92,355 saved ; $12,824 spent ;
$5939 county funds; $6885 state and
federal.
Jefferson: $2.71 saved per dollar
«lient; $24,832 saved; $8972 spent;
$2477 county funds; $6505 state and
federal
Kootenai: $23.37 saved per dollar
spent; $129,634 saved; $5546 spent;
$2295 county funds ; $3251 state and
federal.
Latah : $3.95
spent ; $24,000 savi d ;
. $2000 «maty funds; $4060 state and
federal.
saved per. dollar
$6060 spent;
t Lemhi : $1.40
Client ; $oJlO saved ;
saved per dollar
$3705 speut;
$1861 county funds; $1844 state and
federal. .
Lewis : $38.08 saved per dollar
spent; $376,169 saved; $9875 spent;
$3008 county funds; $5067 state and
ferlerai.
Nez Perce: $1.04 saved per dollar
spent ; $3834 saved ; $3683 spent ;
$2000 county funds; $3519 state and
federal.
Oneida : $52.00 saved per dollar
spent; $271,088 saved; $5214 spent;
$2154 county funds; $3060 state and
federal.
Payette: $10.43 saved per dollar
spent; $81,140 saved; $7778 spent;
$2405 county funds; $5373 state and
federal.
Power :
$62.50 saved per dollar
spent; $345,150 saved; 5519 spent;
$2000 county funds; $3519 'state apd
federal.
•Twin Falls: $1.01 saved per dollar
spent ; $20,404 saved; $20,444 spent;
$8000 county funds; $12,444 state and
federal.
Valley : $20.18 saved
silent; $25,732
all from state and federal funds.
Washington: $1.68 saved per dollar
speut; $13,186 saved; $7811 spent;
2405 county funds; $5406 state and
ftwteral.
Jerome : $3.03 saved
spent ; $18,000 saved ;
$2800 county funds, $3060 state*and
federal.
per dollar
saved ; $1275 spent ;
I »er dollar
$5050 silent
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They Win You On Quality!
Your enjoyment of Camels will fca very great
because their refreshing flavor and fragrance
and mellownèss is so enticingly different. You
never tasted such a cigarette! 3ite is elimi
nated and there is a cheerful absence of any
unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un
pleasant c: jare tty oderf
Camels are made of an expert blond of choice
X. nr . sli and choice Domestic tob accos arid ar^
errooth and mild, but have that desirable fu!!
bc_y and certainly hand out sntisfar isn in
generous measure. # You.will pre er thL Ca rei
blend ta either hind of tobacco six jked straight!
Give Camels the s*iTe:t tr;*out,' then
compare them v.ith ary cigarette in
the world at 1 ny price for'qu.. 'itv,
Xä Xn. * flavor, satisfaction. No r.i£i\ r
vSÄf )\ how liberally you smok .?
/ 9 Camels they will not ii-c
NFtI ycur taste 1
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MW Winston-Salem, N. C.
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Campfi
•ci. nt.flca.ly Bvalmd package of 20
cigmrmttma; or ten packages (200
cigarottms) in a glaaaine-paper*
ec res md cm rton. IVe atrontly reo*
OO'incnd th j carton for the homo
or oßco ouppjy or mh~n you travel
mold everywhere in
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unless the bundle is tagged to' Shuberf
The Highest Prices Ever Known
That's What You'll Get from "SHUBERT"
WE WANT 'EM NOW—AND WILL PAY THE PRICE TO GET 'ER
N°1EXTRA LARGE (
IXT0A TO AVEBA0C I f KTB. TO
N? 771
N°l URGE
N?l MEDIUM »N?l SMALL
6 WAGE iCXT.A TO ftVEOAGe ICKTOA TO AVCRA0C A$T0 SO(
ÏU.T7 FwrW. 35.00 to 28.00 | 25.00 to 20.00 18.00 to 14.00 12.00 to 10.00 12.00 to 7 00 1
M » Htniim 25.00 to 70.00 18.00 la 15.00 13.00 lo 11.00 10.00 h 8.00 19.90 h 5.00
M IN K'
Fine, Dark
30.00 to 25.00 20.00 to 16.00 15.00 to 1100 10.00 to 8.50 lO.QCto 600
Usual Color 25.00 to 16.00 15.00 to 12.00 10.00 to 8.50 8.00to 630 8.00 to 500
Pale _15.00 la 1200 11.00 to 9.00 8.00 to 7.00 6.00 to 5.00 6.00 to 4.00
MUSKRAT
8.u3tO 7.00 630 to 530 5 03 to 3.75 330 to 2.75 3.00 to 2.0Ö1
630 to 530 5.00 to 4.00 3.50 to 2.75 230 to 1.75 2.50 to 1.50
opring
Winter
These extremely high prices for Idaho Furs are based on the well
known "SHUBERT" liberal grading and are quoted for immediate ship
ment. No. 3, No. 4 and otherwise inferior skins at highest market
value. Ship your Furs—when we want 'em. You'll get "more money"
and get it "quicker" too.
"SHUBERT* RETURNS WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY I
•HIP TODAY—AND KEEP *EM COMING FAST
SHIP AU VOW* FURS_DIRECT TO
THELMESTHOUSE IN THEWRLD DEALING EXCLUSIVELY III
AM ERICA N^AW FURS
2Ç-27 W. Aus tin. Ave.iI>ept2362Chi cacj o* U.S.A,
__eng»
Results in Idaho county were not
obtained due to resignation of the
agent. Work was done In Butte and
Clearwater counties bait data was not
secured. Reports on grasshopper con
trol in Valley county are yet to be
compiled.
* Total savings include $57,000 which
was a net profit made by boys and
girls in the Junior club work.
NOTICE SALE OF ESTRAY. *
Notice is hereby given that at the
Tom Gentry place, six: miles south
west from Cottonwood, Idaho, I will
sell to the highest bidder for lawful
money of the United States, the folia*
ing described personal property, t
wit :
One white-face bull, branded IIM 4 1
left hip
That said animal was taken up t< j
Tom Gentry and will be sold by meld
accordance with the statute In sik ]
case made and provided at the Th j
Gentry ranch six miles southwest fror I
Oottonwoodi Idaho on Wednesday, tb |
24th day of March, 1920, at 1 o'clod j
p. m. of said day.
Dated February 12, 1920.
EDD.-MALEUIGH j
Constable, Cottonwood. Idali j
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