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12,000 Women Hear Harding's
Address on Social Justice I I ! I * v f •» , . •• . , * x K £ j * f t* ^ ».* V "'s '% Jr.* - » » v * ft, . « ? * ft > JP î * * AV ® j j j $ rft i * e, * 1 * * «ft / X ,vr i v * - ft "«V » ' -Jç. t » «***• •Ä Twelve thousand women from all part» of the United 6tatee went to Marion to hoar Senator Harding's jddrese on social justice In which h# urged the creation of a Federal Department of Public Welfare to function In defense •f mat. ml tv ehliHh« n a „j mlh ii, , >uncuon in aeienee •f maternity, childhood and public health. J : j ; ' 0 i f m] We Can Help You ©ney I • The right kind ot printed forms will help your business prosper by saving your time and keeping your records in proper shape. Our service as printers is not limited to taking your * order and putting some ink on paper according to your directions. - We are able to make suggestions for business printing that may save considerable money for you. Our plant is completely equipped and we carry a stock of . i ' ; The Utility Business Papa in order to give you the quickest service possible. J. FRANK SIMS' \ Great "Closing Out" Sale * Begins Saturday Morning FNTIRE STOCK ON SALE AT "CLOSING OUT PRICES „ T« W,™ ivtttpw RFI1ICTANCE THAT WE MAKE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT AS IT IS MUCH MORE INTERESTING TO BUILD AND CONTINUE 1^,^1?Æ?n ?o^ HA?l DOWN YOURFLAg "hOWEVER IT APPEARS INEVITABLE THAT WE HAVE "GOT TO QUIT SOMETIME" SO WE afvE MCmED T^ TRY Æt NOW. EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND THIS SALE-OPENING SATURDAY MORNING-AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE ENTIRE STOCK IS DISPOSED OF._ > » LADIES' SHOES 1 Lot Ladies' shoes and oxfords. Values to $6.00 Sale price Entire Shoe Stock cat to close out quick MEN'S LEATHER VESTS $11.00 grade Only $12.50 grade Only $13.50 grade Only- DRESS GOODS Messalines, Taffetas and Fancy ßilks, Georgettas, Storm and French Serge, Wool and Silk Poplins Values to $3.00 Now LOT 1 Ginghams—Silkolene and Flannels 35 cent values Now. —:-— :.$ 8.75 $2.50 20c 9.75 $1.95 11.00 LOT 2 Outings—Ghallies—Oi*epes 40 cent values Now-1-: MEN'S BEST WORK SHIRTS $1.75 grade Now on sale $2.00 grade extra sizes Now on sale • Mens' bibb overalls Now on sale_'— Men's and Boys' Sweaters all show reduced prices FANCY GOODS 36-inch Poplins, Jap Silks, Satins and Faritey Sateens. Values to $2.25 Now $1.25 25c MEN'S "LION BRAND'' HATS $6.50 grade, fine fur Only $10.00 grade, velour Only-- $15.00 grade, velour Only Mens' and Boy's Caps at Sale Prices 1.50 $ 4.75 98c * LOT 3 Galatea, Crepes, Linno Cloth; Best grade Outings, Percales and Ginghams. Values up to 60 cents Now - 2.00 7.75 BLACK CAT HOSE Entire stock Black Cat Hose now on sale $2.00grade Ladies Silk Hosed* 1 OC Now ____ «P A $2.50 grade Ladies Silk Hose d* *J C Q Now_-^ $3.00 grade Ladies Silk Hostd*0 QA Men's, Women's and Children's Hose All on sale. e 12.50 35c BOYS' CLOTHES 1 Lot Boys' Suits and • overcoats only-— Oregon City Mackinaws and Heavy wool Pants all on sale. LOT 4 Blye Bird and Figured Crepe Longerie Cloth and Royal Sateen. Values to $1.25 $5.00 LADIES' SILK PLUSH COATS $35.00 coats This sale $40.00 coats This sale $45.00 coats This sale $60.00 coats This sale $25.00 30.00 35.00 47.50 48c Now RUGS 9x12 Congoleum rugs For only - 9x12 Heavy grade rugs $30.00 values, now KNIT GOODS, ETC. * Silk Jersey Petticoats Now-- Corsets, underwear, knit goods, sleeping garments at closing out prices. BLANKETS Oregon City Indian Blankets, auto robes and all other wool blankets and cotton blankets at very low prices. ✓ $ 15.75 24.75 $5.00 J. FRANK SIMS We will endeavpr to make this a genuine "Good Buy" sale AMONG THE FARM BUREAUS S*Vd Show to be a Whopper The Idaho State Seed Show, to be held in Nampa the week of January 10. promises to he at least five times as | large as the show held last winter at I ocatello, according to announcement from the office of B. F. Sheehan cd secretary of the Idaho Seed growers' an association. Ada Bureau Increases Fees. The executive committee of the Ada county farm bureau has approved a a plan for Increased membership fees for 1921, to provide for affiliation with state and national farm bureau feder at ions Of a $2.50 annual membership n fee, on*. dollar will go to the county one dollar to vhe state and 50 cents to the American Farm Bureau federation Powdered Milk Plant Planned. Stock in a powder«! milk factory. to ,N ' ^htbliwhed at Meridian, is be 7,'!' 1 ,< Lf ar ? el ? ,n county com l'J'l" hT ^ factory. It is announced is to be a cooperative, non-profit enter prise. The proposed cost Is about $75 000. Interest of 8 per cent is guar anteed on all stock issued. Excess pro fits will be used to increase the price for milk. j I I bureau Camas Plans Seed Show. The Camas county farm pig ns to put on a county seed show at Fairfield. Nov. 20, in preparation for | the State S<>ed Show, to bf held at , Nampa in January.. I Studying the Codlin Moth. John Moulton. Washington county farm bureau committeeman, is cooper- ! ating with Prof. R. E. Ixmgley of the ; UnivcrSity of Idaho, County Agrlcul tural Agenf.P. T. Fortner of Payette county and County Agricultural Agent <Jm D. Noel of Washington county in studying the life history of the codlli moth in that section, to compile data i on the number of spraving most désir able. This work will be carried on for ot least one, more year. No conclusions I are vet readv for' publication. Will Hold Their Cattle. j Benewah county fanners, from their | first community shipment of livestock : this vear. received only about 65 per j cent of (he price they received a yean The most of them, therefor, arc | a «n. planning to hold their cattle for feed ing through the fall and winter. Ship Sheep to Seattle. Lewis county farmers recently made n cooperative shipment, of 233 sheep to the Seattle market. i Purchase Livestock at Fair. Kootenai county farm bureau .mem tiers purchased nine bead of registered stock at the Western Royal Livestock Show, at Spokane, us follows: six head ; registered Shorthorn heifers, two régis tered Holstein heifer* and one régis tered Duroc Jersey boar. The l>oar will ! i | Silage From Dry (.round. — On eight acres of ground which, on // account of rush of other work, receiv I cd neither cultivation nor irrigation.) an Flmore countv fanner Deduced 40 lie used for lirecoing gilts cwned by I pig club members at Worley. tons of sunflowers. Beat the Rock Chin ks to It. Two Flmore county formers rejiort 1 a saving of $1150 this season through destructlpn of rock chucks by use of j formulas obtained from the farm bur i euu. Bock chucks causes! those farmers n loss of only five tons of hay this year In former years their farms have suf fered heavily from depredations of the rodents. Four Cars of S e ed Spuds. Kootenai county farm bureau mem bers report that they will have four carloads of seed potatoes for sale this spring—two ears of Netted (Jems and of Idaho Rurals. twi Blaine Hires Woman Agent. The Blaine county farm bureau lias employed a home demonstration agent j the' newly-cron ted liositton being fil I by Miss Aille M. Smith, who last year I was a mendier of the faculty of Boise High School, In the homo economics le<1 ^department | , Buys More Holsteins. Fred Bickert. of Minidoka county has purchased nine bend of good Hoi I stein Vows fhim a Cassia county far mer Minidoka county dairy herds arc ! reported to be Increasing steadilp in ; size. - - HIKAI-CAKKIKB The United States Commission has announced an exnm Nation f "r the County of Idaho, to i be lield at Crangevllief on Dec. 11 11920. to fill the position of rural car der at Cottonwood. Fenn and Orange I ville, and vacancies that may occur occur on rural routes from other post offices In the above mentioned county j The sijlary of a rural carrier on a | standard daily route of 24 moos is : S1800 per annum, with an additional j $60 jier mile per annum for each mile or major fraction thereof In excess of | 24 mîtes. Th<> examination will !>e only to citizens who are actual EXAMINATION Civil Service open Iv domiciled in the territory of a post office in the county and who meet thi other requirements set forth in Form 1977. Both men and women. If No. qualified, may enter this examination but appointing officer* hav<> the legal i right to specify the sex desired In re questing certification of eligible*. Wo > men will not be considered for rural carrier appointment unless they an the widows o fU. S. soldiers, sailors or marines, or the wives of XT .8 soldiers, sailors, or marines who arc i physically disqualified for examination I by reason of injuries received In the line of duty. Form No. 1977 and ap i>U<-nti<in blank« may be obtained from tin- office« mentioned alxive or from the United States Civil Service Com mission at Washington, D. O. Ap pricatlons should l>e forwarded to the Couumssion at Washington at fh< i sir liest practicable date. — // There's More Real Satisfaction says the Good Judge 99 » In a little of the Real To bacco Chew, than you ever got out of the ordinary kind. The good rich taste lasts so long you don't need a fresh chew nearly as often—that's why it costs you less to chew .'lis class of tobacco. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. c Put ufi in two styles W-B CUT is a* long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco Weymafi Bruton" Company, 1)07 Broadway, New York Cit Inland Abstract &T rust Co.,lul ♦ K. F. FULTON, Manager * ♦ REAL ESTATE LOANS ABSTRACTS OF TITLE I • CONVEYANCING ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO Smoke House The CARL CARLTON, Prop. . NEWS DEPOT and BOWLING ALLEYS CIGARS and TOBACCOS i ^ i „ I jigjug arOi Columbia Graphophooe« and Record* Buharriptiooa Taken for All Magazine* and Pertodieato at ' • Publisher* Price* TAKEN VP. One mouse color, part Jersey cow, 9 years old; no brands; no earmark; < came to my place known as the old Frank Coaand ranch. Owner can hare name by proving property, paying pas ture bill, and cost of publication at this notice. 51-4t V. H. SÏJAW.