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LOCAL HAPPENINGS
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WE HAVE scratch pads in any size
and color—GLOBE.
No sale too large. No sale too small.
They al look alike to me. —ZUVER.
Marion Tipton was up from White
bird thiu week bringing up a load of
passengers in his car.
List your town and farm property
With Rothwell & Quinlan.
See Rothwell A Quinlan for all kinds
of fire insurance.
Roy Irwin of Whiteblrd, spent a
few days in the city this week re
newing acquaintances and attending
to business matters.
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FOR SALE—1 low-lift John Deere
plow ; 1 pair of No. 2 bobsleds, good
12-2t
as new. GUY LISTON.
WANT HOUSES for rent and sale.
—REED.
See J. E. Heritage's sale announce
ment on page six of this issue- There
May to something listed there that
you need. Be there on the 18th.
No sale too large. No Bale too small.
They all look alike to me.—ZUVER.
At the Smoke House you will find
on sale Columbia Grafanolas and all
the latest records.
A Mi Ham tola la slated for Wed
besday, the 18th of February at the
J E. Heritage place, four miles north
from Denver. A large list of stock
and machinery will be sold at that
time.
WHO WANTS 'EM—This office has
between 11 and* 99,888,777,606,566,001%
scratch pads ready for Immediate de
livery.
AU purchases at the Brockman feed
•tore wUl be for cash. Please don't
•sk for credit BERT BROCKMAN.
My references are my customers.
Ask them.—ZUVER.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V- Full«way return
ed recently from an absence of more
than six weeks. On December 14th
they departed for Omaha, where they
Visited with Mr. Fullaway's home
folks.
' returned to Grangeville, Mra. Fullo
Way stopping off In Spokane for a
visit wdth her relatives. A few days
after Mr. Fulloway's return, he was
called to Missoula, Mont, where he
was occupied with the business of''
his office for about two weeks.
On Jan. 18. Mr. Fulloway
Statement of the Condition of the
BANK of CAMAS PRAIRIE
Grangeville, Idaho
DECEMBER 31, 1919
RESOURCES
Loans and Disfounts-$681,863.69
Banking House, Fur
niture and Fix
tures ..
Federal Reserve Bank
Stock _
U. S. Bonds. W. S.
Stamps and War
rants _
CASH and DUE
FROM BANKS ... 161,941.27
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock .* 50,000.00
Surplus (Earned) ._
Undivided Profits ...
DEPOSITS ..
50,000.00
1,217.22
836,548.30
10.509.89
3,000 00
*937765.52
80,450.67
*937765.52
One af the few Roll of Honor Banks in the State. Twenty-seven Yean
in Business Without Change of Management.
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Rubber cement and Platt & Lam
bert's 01 Floor varnish. At the Paint
Shop.
the Grangeville Globe, the Free Press
or, you can call me by phone.—ZUVER
Zane Grey writes of "Sealed Wive»"
In the "Rainbow Trail" as women liv
ing apart in a hidden city of the wil
derness—as occupants of an Adamless
Eden. Shefford, the principal char
acter in the remarkable story, gains
access to the city and there finds the
dream girl—"The Sago Lily"—for
whom he had long searched the
plains, the deserts and the mountains
of the great west. This stirring screen
success, a sequel to "Riders of the
Purple Sage" comes to the Lyric for
two days, commencing Monday, Feb
ruary 16.
You can arrange a sale date with
Just In! A nice lino of mattresses
If you are In the market for anything
In tbli line be sure and see our line
Lingo's Furniture Exchange.
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'NOTICE—The Vollmer Clearwater Co.
Is expecting a car of seed oats with
in tlft next few days. A. R. Wiley,
Agent
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Israel Harris Jeft Tuesday morning
for Burbank, Wash._ where he was
called by sickness of his daughter,
Mrs. Harley Gee. A message from
him today stated conditions were very
bad there.
IT IS. NOT
TRIVAL
Do not regard headaches
as trival.
from èye strain and be a
serious matter unless re
lieved promptly.
If you believe you are
suffering from eye strain
have your eyes examined
by an optometrist.
In most cases delay
simply makes the trouble
more difficult to remedy.
THOMAS THOMPSON
Jeweler and Optometrist
Opposite Bank of Camas Prairie.
Orangeville, Idaho
It may result
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A beautiful picture that will mean
so much to you in later years, needs
franing. See LINGO.
Jack McGhie returned last Friday
nlgtt from a couple of week» spent at
coast points.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Zuver return
ed on Thursday evening's train from
a trip to Portland, to which place
they aocomi*anied the former's mother,
Mrs. J. A. Zuver, a few weeks ago
Immediately after their return Mrs
Zuver contracted the "flu" and,' has
since lieen under quarantine.
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Mrs. D. H. Sasenbery returned Tues
day night from a two week's visit
with her daughter, Miss Margaret, at
!Pul man, where the latter is attend
ing college.
Mr. and Mrs. George Elmers, Jr.
uml son, departed last Sunday morn
ing for Saginaw, Minnesota where they
will reside for the future.
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H. R. Garllnghouse, of the Lewiston
Mai hie and Granite Works Is in the
city attending to the planting of ■
number of grave markers and monu
ments in the local cemetery. Through
the quality of the work furnished the
Ganlinghouse brothers are receiving a
large amount of business from this
section.
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Mrs. William Jones came in from
Portland Thursday evening and has
Iteeiji spending the week in the city
with her husband who is feeding a
number ôf cattle near here.
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iss Elsie Stanbery was an arrival
f'Fri^lay evening from Berkeley, Cal.,
where she was attending college. Miss
Stajibery was called here by the sick
ness and subsequent death of her
father, Geo. D. Stanbery
H. S. Sweet, a nephew- of H. E. and
E. S. Sweet, Is in the city from his
honte at Spokane- Mr. Sweet is con
nected with the Union Stock yards
and came here to spend a month's
vacation and to recuperate in health. -
FOUND MASTODON.
Workman for Grant Smith Co., at
Camp 1, Unearthed Large Tusk.
While working with the steam sbov
el jrew at Camp No. 1, located near
Dowmecq, a Grant Smith employee
unearthed a piece of a large tusk from
soD|ie prehistoric animal. The tusk
was fouis* under about 12 feet of
earth and gravel and measured eight
inches .in diameter by 18 Inches in
length, and was in a poor state of
preservation. *
3 MUTIONS GOOD AT WINONA.
. J. Pfannebecker of Winona, was
he city Monday looking after coun
ty seat matters. There has been con
siderable sickness In Mr. Pfai
er' a family during recent weeks but
at the preeeut time all ate convales
cent. Conditions generally throughout
that section are good. He came in
bis Buick and found the roads
In very fair condition.
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NOTICE
Thowe knowing themselves indebted
to Elmers Hardware, are requested to
fai-or us with a settlement at once
as 1 we are desirous of closing up the
business.
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.J. G. EIMERS.
WANTED TO BUY
Six colt skins with mane and tail,
taken off animals this month. Call
ua up
McGHIE TRADING CO. -2
FOR SALE.
Western Electric Range, No. 3. Good
as new. Call Main 201 or 331. 12-tf
FOR SALE.
Thirty-five head of full blooded
Shropshire ewes and five bucks. Can
bought very reasonable if taken at
oi^ce. B. LUCHTEFELD, Cottonwood.
Idaho.
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FEDERATED CHURCH.
After consultation with several, that
we may ^ie absolutely safe, with all
tear gone. It Is Redded not to begin
services until Sunday, the 22nd. Let
us all lie ready and see that every
•4dy Is out one week .from Sunday.
Sunday school pa tiers ran lie obtain
ed by calling at Mrs. Morris'.
H. S. RANDALL, Pastor.
GEO M- REED RANCH BARGAINS
120 acres, *( miles from Orangeville,
all in cultivation. 60 acres in fall
wheat, well watered, good improve
ments. ( iood buy.
1*0 acres* 2 miles from Grangeville,
140 acres in-cultivation, all In fall
grain, all fenced and cross fenced,
well watered, good improvements
immediate possession. $3000.00 will
handle deal. A BARGAIN. Will have
to act quic k if you want this place
486 acres, 9 milt's from Grangeville.
liest, of improvement^ watered by
springs, 390 acres in cultivation, bnl
aiioe in pasture but imrt can be
plowed, liot and coki water. 160
•letvs in fall wheat goes with place.
Will sell on easy tenus. ONE OF
OUR BEST LISTINGS. AND CAN
NOT BE BEAT ON CAMAS PRAI
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, 300 acres, 2% mile« from Grangeville,
300 acres In cultivation, 120 acre«
. in fall wheat, all fenced, good im
pmwmcnto, KASY TERMS. Another
SPLENDID buy, and can be handled
by a small cash payment
202 acres, 2 mile« from Ferdinand,
in cultivation, 70 acre« in
fall grain, 7 room house, hog-tight
fenced, *100.00 per acre. A DANDY
2CÎ) acres
• BUY.
10» acres, 3-miles from Grungeville.
120 acres In cultivation, fenced hog
tight, good improvements, in crop,
easy terms. A GOOD ONE.
Geo. M. Reed House Bargains.
6 room house, all modem, good loca
school, bam, *300 cash
tion, near
payment will handle deal, balance
on easy terms. A good home for
someone.
7 room house, all modern, good loca
tion, well built and some built-in
furniture, also garage. -*400.00 cash
liayment and baInace on easy terms.
Good buy.
7 room house, all furnished, close In,
nil modem, small cash payment and
bulanoe on easy terms. If you want
home all furnished let. us show
a
you this one.
We have many other listing of city
property which we will be glad to
submit to you on calling a* our of
fice.
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A SPECIAL OFFER.
To All Students of Grangeville high
School
1 will make you one dozen half
cabinet guaranteed pictures for *2J>0,
until May 1st only,
less than you can get elsewhere.
I have just Installed a new flash
cabinet which is the latest thing on
Does better work than
I also enlarge pictures and
This is a dollar
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the market.
ever.
sell picture frames. Call and see my
work before you order of an agent.
"Better work for less monpy.'
GEO. V. BARKER, Photographer.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to sincerely thank our
friends for the kindly aid and sym
pathy extended to us during the ill
ness and death of our husband and
father. We wish to especially thank
the Odd Fellows lodge at Winona.
MRS. G. D. STANBERY
a«d FAMILY.
RECLAIMING RESOURCES.
Game Breeders' Association Now In
teresting Men »and Women.
Boise, Ida. Feb. 10.—Not only are
the waste places being made glad, but
wasted resources in Idaho are being
turned to profitable Recount. Irriga
tion has done much. The dry farmer
has accomplished wonders In the face
of stupendous obstacle» and of discour
agements to try the stoutest heart.
The timberman, the miner, the dairy
man and others have produced much
to the credit of the state, but with all
these very large activities under way
wo find that there has been almost
complete oversight of a resource that
has been wasted and in some Instances
—an expense of considerable propor
tions—the fur-ralslng industry.
At present this industry is coming
to the front In giant.sctrides- Rally
ing around the Idaho Game Breeders'
association men and women In all
parts of the state are Interesting them
selves in tile production of fur bearing
animals which gives promise of be
coming by „far the most remunerative
business in the state, investment and
effort considered.
Fur Prices High.
With a black or silver fox skin
'worth *900 a coyote up to *32 mink
$23, muskrat, *6.60, red fox *65, lynx
*70, marten *120, and even the odori
ferons skunk *8 to *12 the business of
raising fur-bearing animals merits the
aCcuri-rt *1 is receiving; and as-the
prices are bomid to remain high be
cause of the penchant of the wealthy
to obtain those things the average per
soil cannot afford, permanence is as
sured those who go Into the business.
Many are contemplating doing this as
a side line if not more elaborately,
The sponsor and guide is the breeders'
association, from the farm of which
In Hagermnn valley will radiate the
necessary encouragement and much
information. • -
, Aid For Dry Farmers.
Dry farmer» are more "jiestered"
by "varmliRs" than those in the more
thickly settled district». Tliey have
lieen fighting these animals away,
whereas if they secured a start and
rul i'rt them they would obtain more |
money than from the farm, in any ]
event enough to put on tractors .and |
other equipment to do -the fanning |
right.- and raise larger erops.
same tiling is true of those having
land that is in part marshy as well
as those owning logged-off Jnnd.
The iwrent association is beaded by
such men as Judge J. H. Richards.
E. IL Dewey, CoL V. Patch, ex-Gov
ernor Hawley and others, and fhe
membership of at present around 500
is divided Into 'local units that are
enthusiastic backers of the new indus
try.
The
DEATH CLALHED AGED LADY.
Mrs. Fannie Markham, Pioneer of I 860
Called to Great Beyond Sunday.
Mrs. Fannie Markham, aged 84 years
1 Telephone and Mail Orders ; |
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IF THERE IS ANYTHING YOU
WISH IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES,—
JUST TELEPHONE OR MAIL YOUR
ORDERS TO US, AND WE WILL
GIVE THEM OUR CAREFUL AND
PROMPT ATTENTION. .
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sj Dependable Merchandise and
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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MADISON LUMBER and MILL COMPANY
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CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS IN
Building
Material
COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND AT ALL TIMES
M. Refvem, Manager.
five months and one day, died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. J
Braybrook, Sunday afternoon ait 3
o'clock p. m., from complications inci
dent to old age.
conducted by Rev. H. S- Randall were
held at the residence just north of
the city ait 2 o'clock Monday afternoon
Interment being made In Prairie View
cemetery under direction of Undertak
er E S. Hancock, the last rites being
attended by a large number of the
pioneers of the county and neighbors
and friends.
Deceased was born at Laporte, Ind.,
September 7, 1838. She crossed the
plains in 1862, and on September 3,
Funeral services
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Two Days Commencing
; MONDAY, FEB. 16
Tuesday Matinee at 2:30
1866 was uniteß to marriage
Nathaniel Markham at Eugene,
In 1868 with her liusbnd
gon.
settled on the farm Just outside
city limits on the north of the prsgaj
confines of Grangeville, where
made her home during the
of her life. The husband passed
22 years ago. Nine children were
to this union, seven of whom sir .v
as follows : Mrs. Alma Haveraigg.
Coeur d'Alene; Mrs. Edith Brajbr^
Amos, Harry and Robert Markig '
all of whom reside In or near Gre
ville. Deceased Is also suvlved bj
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brother, Ernest Smith, who is
years of age.
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