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IC1L IN SPECIAL SESSION
j I j Last Thursday Evening ta Con eider Paving; Await Engineer. he city oouncll met in special I last Thursday evening for the pose of considering the paving ques l After the matter had been gone > at length it was concluded to 1 a competent engineer to make Imates so that the cost of paving tin street could be placed before the 1 >perty owners In an intelligent man- > r. It is proposed to bave figures tde on (the cost of paving Main eet from the Von Berg corner to ^ ho avenue, the abutting property to included in an improvement dis- 1 it. From the corner of Idaho ave- ; i to the depot, and from the same ce to a connection with the state 1 bway, a macadam is contemplated. ! th the exception of the street Inter j j movement district would stand the ! t of paving, and the macadam to be ' ins, the abutting property in the id for by the entire city, the same the sewer system. I IINTY WARRANTS REDEEMED, j rotice is (hereby given that all reg- 1 The New Way of Practicing Dentistry .i; ! T HE E. R. Parker System in Dentistry is nothing but dentistry E ut on a common-sense asis. Instead of one practicing.in a located in different . cities. Thousands of pa ; \ tients are treated in il these offices, and the ■J large quantities of den y tal supplies used are bought far less money than has to be paid for small quantities. All dentists using the E. R. Parker System are reg istered, licensed and experi enced. The work they do is done so well that it can be guaranteed. You are sure of aatisfaction. nder the Parker System no charge is made for exam inations and advice. You can find out what your teeth need without having to pay a cent. Everything known in dentis try to overcome pain is used in Parker System offices, so you need have no fear at all. The whole idea is this: Fine dentistry, fewer visits, moderate cost, sat isfaction, no fear of pain. There is an E. R. Par lera office at . 8 man amall way in a small ? office, several dentists practice together under the Parker System in large offices, where there is room for complete equips \ ments. Some of the System dentists extract teeth, some fill teeth, some make crowns and bridges, some make arti ficial plates and some treat diseased teeth. In this way _ each patient is cared for by ■> „ a dentist who is experienced H in the kind of work each pa tient needs. Dental work done i in this manner is not only done better, but in less time, making fewer visits necessary, and the saving in time . helps to make prices lower. i Or. Paifcw *! u IÄ There are twenty-four offices where the E. R. To • SYSTEM m is i*"~d. tys \ . Having sold my Hardware and Garage, I wish to announce that I have retained my Implement business and will continue to handle the JOHN DEERE LINE M ■il— m consisting of m >v m Plows and Harrows Steel Grain Binders Mowers and Rakes Low Down Manure Spreaders and other articles usually carried in an Implement Line. K Have now on hand goods left over from last Fall's stock and have in || carload of the different farm implements. In this shipment we have the m / y 4» transit a VAN BRUNT a ' Ï Double Run Feed Drill, which is very favorably known. I it will pay you to look into these new features. I Place your orders now for spring delivery. If you are in the market [Agent for J. I. Case Tractors and I ' s' Threshing Machinery J. G. EIMERS IMPLEMENTS » ( Ç* 4T istered Current Expense Fund rants of October 1919 Issue from 25818 to 25862 Inclusive. Also: all registered School warrants lu Districts No. 20. 21, 31, 35, 54, 60. 75, will be i>aid on presentation at th« office of County Treasurer at Grange ville, Idaho County, Idaho, j That Interest on above warrants will I cease on the 2nd day of March, 1920. j Dated February 20, 1920. war 1 1 > ^ OTIE L. CONE, County Treasurer. 13-2t THE ODORIFEROUS SKUNK. More Profit in Ordinary Skunk Than 1 ; 1 Ordinary Cow, Says Statement Boise, Idaho, Feb. 1«. —That there is more profit In raising the ordinary skunk than the ordinary cow is the ! declaration of Joe W. Jensen of Driggs j Idaho, who has become so deeply lu j terested in the plans of the Idaho ! ,; anM . Bre<H , er8 Association that he ' nt a lettCT giving Ws experiences with skunks. While the price for the ordinary I skunk fur is $8.00 to 312.00 the good j breeding quality runs as high as $150 1 a pair. Mr. Jensen says he has one female skunk whose offspring last year brought him 394-00. The skunk, he declares, has the cleanest of habits aud the offensive odor may be eliminat ed by a simple process of deodoriza tton. Mr. Jensen gives this Information to the public In the hopes Chat R will stimulate further interest on the part of fanners aud others who will find their iucome materially Increased by .fur raislug. It Is understood that Mr. Jensen has bceu a tenant farmer but his success with the fur side line seems to Indicate that he will no longer lx* in that status. The officers of the Idaho tiume Breeders were deeply interested la Mr Jensen'a statements. It Is the object of the association to encourage the 1 raising of fur bearing animals and to create for a large number of people a profitable industry from what is now an absolute waste. FEDERATED CHURCH. We open, full drive, next Sunday and want everybody in their place's and a full attendance. Th« morning subject with singing led by the Junto# people interested iu the welfare of the community aud the world should hear. It Is, "The Call of the Kindom of God and of the World at this Hour." 1 want you people who are alive to the world's need, and care, to be present, also those who are not The evening subject with singing led gy the Junior Choir, will likewise be important. "What Being a Christian Means for Us Here and Now," with some special suggestions for young people. Now that the "Flu" Is gone and the danger over, throw off that tired feeling and get out to church. Remember that the success of the work depends, In part, upon you. Let us have a full attendance at Sun day school, also at the Union Endeavor meeting. H. S. RANDALL, Pastor. FENN COMMERCIAL CLUB The enterprising business men and farmers in the vicinity of Fenn have recently organized a commercial club with u membership of 25, and elected E. L. Dufur as president. The build ing formerly orcucied by the pool hall has been secured as a meeting place where all matters coming before the club will lie discussed and acted upon. The dues have been fixed at $1.00 per month. The residents of the Fenn section are to lie congratulated on this move and there is no doubt but what the new commercial body will make Itself felt in the near future. There an* many things that a commercial or ganisation can do for the benefit of the town and be all pulling together as this organization signifies the town of Kenn will shortly occupy an envious (xtsitlon on the Idaho county map. NEW BARBER SHOP. Geo. Foust, of Commnck & F\>ust, l*x>l bull proprietors, made a trip over to Xexperce last week and purchased a two-chalr battier shop outfit, which is now installed in the frout of the pool hall. The equipment Is decided ly up-to-date and Mr. Foust will no doubt receive his share of the public patronage. SCHOOL RESUMED MONDAY. Eleven Students Won Honor Grades During First Semester. School oiiened In Grangevllle Mon day after a two and one-half weeks' interruption on account of influenza. The attendance, while not up to nor mal was good. Almut ninety (ier cent of the pupils were in attendance. Arrangements are being made with the Neiperce high school for a debate. Each school Is to have two teams, one for each side of the question ami two deliates will lie held on the same night, nie debaters chosen to represent the Grangevllle high school will lie t*om IKised of the following students: Roy Hogan, Genevieve Edmundsou, Mnr garet Griffith, Maurice Greene, Ruth Munra and Egbert Kabnt with Fred Day as alternate. Eleven students of the high ^chool won honor grades during the first semester of the present school yenr. Of this number ten were girls, there I icing only one boy to receive the honor. This boy was Fred Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Day. His rank was third among the students of the school, his grale being one-fifth of one lier cent below that of the leader Ruth Munro. Of the students winning the honors there were three from each of the upiier three classes aud two from the Freshman class. The names, class and grades of all of the eleven students are as follows: < Name Class Ruth Munro, senior_ Sophie Coyne, Sophomore Fred Day, freshman_ Naomi Manring, Junior .. Mary Neis, sophomore_ Grade .93 4-5 .93 3-4 .98 3-5 92 1-4 .92 Rachel Baker, freshman_91 4-5 91 1-2 .91 1-4 Ruby Smith, senior_ Jessie Keeler, junior_ Gladys Kerlee, senior Margaret Kerlee, junior Selma Meyer, sophomore Throughout the high school the class of work done was quite satisfactory. Thctre were very few failures. in view of the fact that It Is the jiollcy of Superintendent Lukens and the teaching force to grade quite closely if seems that there Is reason for grat indioaion that the class of work (lone merited reasonably good grades. .91 .91 .90 1-2 AT CATHOLIC CHURCH. Services will lie resumed at the Catholic church next Sunday at the usual hour. WILL ATTEND AUTO SCHOOL "Red" Cash came out from the Snake river Tuesday aud will visit for a few days with his jiarents Mr- aud Mrs. J. C. Cash and other relatives. "Red" antk-i]nites leaving early next week for Kansas City, Mo., where he will enter an automobile and tractor school, taking a three mouths course, after which he will return to this section.' WANTED—Woman for housework. $10 lier week. Phone Farmers 88. 13-lt* WM. POTTER. Grangevllle. —o NOTICE OK ATTACHMENT. ; In the District Court of the Tenth .Tu- ' dlclal District of the State of Idu- < ho in and for the County of Idaho. J. V. Baker, doing business us J. V. j Baker and Son, Plaintif, vs. C. M. j Martin, Defendant. Notice is hereby given thut a Writ of Attachment was issued out of the IJ a 1 Hive entitled court in the above en- | < titled action on February 10. 1920. in against the property of the above nain- ' eil defendant. • < HENRY TELCHER. , Clerk of the District Court. J (SEAL I A. S. HARDY, 4 Attorney for Plaintiff , Residence and Postoffice Address ' ! Grangevllle, Idaho. 13-31 I • CARD OK THANKS. Tile undersigned desire to their lieurtfelt thanks for the sympa thy and kindiK*- s ext nded during the •tckr.ess and death >f our m if her. AMOS MARKHAM. HARRY MARKHAM. ROBERT MAftKIIAM. MRS. ALMA HA£VEI?N!CK, MRS. EDITH BRAYBROOK. express i i ■ 1 CARD OF THANKS. I wish to thank those who so kind ly rendered assistant*» during the ill ness and death of my beloved husband. MRS. J. M HA DORN, und FAMILY. I 66 Now Is theTime to Do It" says the Good Judge Go to real tobacco— the small chew with the rich tobacco taste that lasts a long time. It will cost you less to chew than ordinary tobacco. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Put Up In Two RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco Style» Mr. Farmer, If you were going to hire a man to work for yon. It would be perfectly natural that yon would want a man that understood the work yon had to do. That same role up plies to auctioneering.—ZUVER. . SULLIVAN BROTHERS Roofing Company •• < • LEWISTON—OROKINO Announce that they will be at your service as soon as weather conditions permit. FLOTINK AND ALL KINDS OF RUBBER10D ROOFING Address Lewiston Box 89 References: Fidelity State Bank, Oroflno. All work Guaranteed. Address Oroflno Box 373 Inland Abstract & Trust Co., Ltd R. ». FULTON, Manager ABSTRACTS OF TITLE REAL ESTATE LOANS CONVEYANCING ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO -BIG TYPE Spotted Poland China Hogs THE HOG OF THE HOUR Stock of Both Sexes Now READY j l WILBUR BRYANT, Breeder R. F. D. NO. 1 GRAN GE VILLE, IDAHO Hie WOOD HARDWARE CO. ; ' < IJ | < in ' • Will continue business at the old stand with a complete line of shelf hardware, builder's supplies, stoves etc. < « < * < * < > , J 4 , ! TtalStay S&tisfactory"R&ftge C. H. WOOD . ► MANAGER % GEORGE CAMMACK ' , V * GEORGE FOUST GEORGES' PLACE » Billiards and Fool Cigars, Tobaccos, Smokers' Sundries Confections PATRONIZE OUR MODERN BARBER SHOP i I Just In! A nice line of matt r ea s on If you are tn the market for anything In tlds line bo sure and see cur line 'Lingo's Furniture Exchange. 9tf SCRATCH PADS at this office.