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NATIONS ECONOMY MAKES AND SOUND Ù, We have opened a Savings licparlment for home sav ings and have just received some Liberty Bell Banks for the collection of your savings a thome or office, tine dollar deposited in a Savings Account here gives you one of these Liberty Bell Saving« Hanks. ■AN' I f\7r: à - —5» r _ « THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GRANGEVILLE Under United States Government Supervision. LOCAL HAPPENINGS WANTED—Freah Cow. Box 814. 8tf Flre Insurance—A. W. Talklngton ; Glean rags wanted at this office. ! 1 Surety Bond»—A. W. Talklngton. ! _ „ . , . _ ..... i t0 ! your Vollmer-Olea rwater Go. business. Cockerels for. 10-tf Rhode Island Bed ■ale. Bee Chester Arnold. Girl wanted for housework, quire at this office. Vollmer-Clearwafcer accounts ■aw be paid at Quinlan's office. Knight Bigg Coal $15. Madison Lum ber Co. 1 En 12 tf j c * n i FOR SALE—A fresh Shorthorn mill C. L. Bourland. 15 ; | sow, 4 years old. After Easter Ball, Dreamland Hall, Mann Brothers A Kelsey orchestra. At the Smoke House you will And on sale. Columbia Grafanolas and all the latest records. Seed Wheat—Marquis seed wheat for sale, also Rustler's Dent seed «un. IL E. Goder, G rang»ville. WANTED — Family sewing, crochet work, laundry, boarders and lodgers Mrs. Daisy McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Glanvitle re turned on 8 on day evening's train after spending a week at Spokane. 158 FOR SALE!—1914 model Ford «'ar Price $250.00. See in good repair. James Bowman. it* After Blaster Ball, Tuesday April 5, Dreamland Hall, Mann Brothers A Kelsey orchestra. The best dance of •he year. Next week a stock of ladies coats, suits and dresses will he on display at the Batty Millinery. Something sult lMt able for Easter. FOR SALE—PIANO— Player-piano la excellent condition for sale. $200. Terms. Owner must sacrifice. 8ee Basil Harris at Globe office. Mra. W. H. Badgero returned last Thursday night from an extended visit at the home of her daughter, Mra. J. B. Merrifleld, at Walls Walla, Wu. FOR SALE—White face steer calf, four days old. Sell cheap. Enquire at this office 17-2t FOB SALE—Registered Hereford bull, 15 months old. A good onn. Mrs. Rudolph Scbroeder, Cottonwood, Idaho 14-St LARGE SURPLUS MEANS STRENGTH The standing of the Bank of Camas Prairie is largely dne to the fact that its directors have set aside a large surplus—greater than that of any other bank in Idaho County. 1 BANK OF CAMAS PRAI RI E Surplus $50,000.00 Capital $50,000.00 Resources over $750,000.00 Under State and Government Supervlsiea « "ha ries Kunze departed this morn ing for Spokane. From that place ho will go to western Canada where he is interested In some coal properties. A new shipment of hats will be re ceived at the Batty Millinery each week. Y'ou will want an Easter hat, <ee these bats before purchasing else lUt where. Prices reasonable. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Deventer, who have been spendlngthe winter at Oakley. Idaho, where the lattr'g son, Dr. Jesse L Raina, and family reside, are expected home the latter part of this month. A. L. Slichter came up from Clarks ton last Thursday night Mr. Slich ter suffered a nervous breakdown' about a couple of months ago since which time he has been living at Clarksfon. He is considerably Im prove«! at the present time. Miss Freda Hesterman was pleasant l,v surprised last Friday evening when a large crowd of young folks gather ed at her home in honor of her birth day. The evening waa spent in play ing games and dainty refreshments were served at a late bour. ■ The W. O. W. Indies gave a very delightful card party at tbe I .O. O. F. hall last Monday evening There was a good attendance and a fine time was enjoyed hy all who were fortunate In securing a bid. Harold Harris returned Sunday eve ning from a couple of days' visit at Lewiston. While away the final ar rangements for th visit of the Elks' Cowltoy Band to the national meeting at I»* Angeles, in July, wer» com pleted. Sam Gerber and Dan Le Roy are out from the Marshall Lake country. Mr. T.e Roy went on no Lewiston and Mr. Gerber has been spending the week in the dty looking after matters per tnlning to their mining husin«*ss. If you enjoy dancing you've a lot to look forward to. After Easier Ball, Tuesday Evening April 5. Dreamland Hall, Music by Mum Brothers A Kelsey orchestra dlm-t from the Metronome at Lewiston. James Bowman will depart ahortly for iy«8 Angeies where he expects to enter the National Automotive school to take a complete course covering a period of three months. Mr. Bowtna ; states thot if three months are not sufficient he will stay longer. Mr. and Mra. D. H. Saseubery rame in on Friday evening's train from Portland where they enjoyed a visit with their daughter, Mrs. L. E. Horne, They first visited at Hot Lake, Ore., where Mr. Sasenbery received treat F i* & •v t&œ i ^ iu\ m rt i *0 Li 1111 !, I *4 166 WATCH US for timely suggestions in the new est ornaments. Wo keep our stock strictly up to date and you will always find here NEW JEWELRY in all the attractive styles that are to lie favored during the com ing seasons. Call and see our display nud ask our prices. THOMAS THOMPSON Jeweler—Optometrist Opposite Bank of Camas Prairie Orangeville, Idaho. ment for rheumatism from which be : has been a severe sufferer for some | time past. He returned home in much | better condition. . ' Mra. W. A. Pease of Malden, Wash., I came In Sunday night for a short j visit with her brother, Fred McKinney and family. On Tuesday morning she left for Cottonwood where she will spend a week with her father. Geo. F. McKinney. I EXPRESSION OF THANKS | I wish to express my appreciation j to Ifhose who kindly assisted me in the Stalling Contest last Saturday. I wish also to thank Willard Rush, Mrs. Reese Hattabaugh, Misses Ora and Verla Chase and the High School Girts Glee Club for their generous donations. LEONARD CASE, County Superintendent RED CROSS NURSE. Miss Elsie Roberta, Graduate, Sent Here by Red Cross. Miss Elsie Roberts, nnrso. arrived here a few days ago from Lewiston, having been sent by tbe Red roes auxiliary at that place. Miss Roberts has entered upon her duties In the capacity of county nurse and will be here for the next three months a't tbe expense of the Red Cross. The line of duty will be look ing after the welfare of the school children of tbe county. At the pres ent time the local school Is receiving j her attention. graduate a WHITWORTH PROGRAM Head of Coliege, Dr. Robinson, to be Heard in Illustrated Lecture. Dr. Willard H. Robinson, head of Whitworth college, Spokane, will ap pear at the high schol auditorium on Thursday night in an illustrated lec- j lure, his subject being Mt Sinai The doctor will be assisted In the evening's entertainment by Jesse Phillips Rob ertson, Miss Lucile Mlcheels and Miss Mabel Pring. The proceeds from the enteratinment are to be used for the lieneflt of Whitworth college. Follow ing is the program: ■ a ; L WILLARD HASKELL ROBINSON A. B .,B. D. Ph. D. Hear Me. Te Winds rfhd Ye Waves Jesse Phillips Robertson Mount Sinai, "The Temple of God's Law" illustrated Haskell Robinson, President of Whitworth College. Romany Song Group, in costume (a) The Magpie. (b) Where My Caravan Has Reste! (c) Carmena Waltz Song _ . Willard f .... Miss Mabel Pring Reading, A Misdemeanor of Nancy ... Miss Lucile Mlcheels ; Song Group: (a) Blow, Blow Ye Winter Winds ; <b) Davy Jones' Locker. . Jesse Phillip« Robertson TROEH WRITES OF TRIP. An Interesting article by Geo. F. Troeh, who with Mrs. Troeh recent ly returned from an extended trip to Arizona and lower California pointa, will appear In these columns in our next lssuo. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦ft ♦ ♦ ♦ RED ROCK HAPPENINGS, ♦ ♦ ♦ The roads in this community wars in good condition and the cars were running but the anow Monday tug would zonk* one think of winter in the «Ummer time. lira. Lester Twlllegmr, end daughter vislied her sister Mrs. Harvey Miller last week. The people are all expecting better services on the telephone as the line has been gone over. Melvin Johnson, Flossie Higgins Mary and Tommy Kurdy who are atr tending school at Orangeville spent the week end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson visited rt the Otto Shultz home near Orange ville Thursday and Friday. John Skelton and son Melvin visit ed his sister Mrs. Kd Ickes the first of the week. Mrs. Johnnie Johnson was well re niI'Dil>ered by friends and relatives with a post card shower Monday. The occasion being her birthday. The school report for the month ending March 11 was perfect in at tendance. There being no one absent nor tardy during the month. Miss Florence Rogers, teacher of the Independent school and Miss Mamie Richards of Orangeville spent the week end with Miss Lola Robert* sen. : | | REWARD OFFERED. Lost—Black mare branded J with ' 'Iuarter circle beneath, on left shoulder I Suitable reward for Information left j with chief of police, Orangeville. 17-3: EASTER ON SALMON RIVER The annual Easter sermon will be i reached at Whlteblrd next 8unda.v at 11 a. ni On Easter Sunday Rev. W. I 1. Gamble will preach at John -Day | *« th '' forenoon and at Riggins in the j evening The Whlteblrd Sunday school will [ Ills« render a high class Easter pro grim. The Kebekaho are sponcors of a bun golow apron and overall dance this evening at Dreamland hall. Guy Cash came In from the Salmon river country Wednesday, where he has been connected wWh Grant Smith and company, working on the highway , Walter McAdams will have the rooms formerly occupied by Wood Hardware remodeled and newly plas tered and will use the room as an accessory room together with the of flee. BIRTHDAY DINNERS. The Baptist ladies recently held birthday dinners at the home of Mrs. Bert Howell and Mrs. Evgline Jones on Meadow street, the birthdays cele bra ted being those of Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Ik *9$ * o' .rs 4 u r V Hi » o ;-V; a •v »«-.»ia McConnells confectionery Urà H AVING combined the Candy Stocks of MoConnell's Pantry and Jackson's Confectionery, we find we are overloaded with Choice Box Candies and for the next two weeks will have a genuine M 2 CANDY SALE £ 4 \ o / !<■ offering all Box Candies in the house, including Krause's and other popular makes at I »] I |>1 U J \3| f & u - /i\ sÆ tj 1 m / H GET TOUR EASTER EGGS FOR THE KIDDIES AT THIS SHOP y V/ 41 i McConnells confectionery 4 4 t «5* V. \ ■zrjs *ÿ. / 1 'r JBUeJUBUBUeU3UeM5W™»l™ e A*! lw ® etJBuac9UEUBueM9uauBUHun 9 New Spring Dress Goods 3 3 9 1 9 1 9 9 We have just received our Spring line of Dress Goods, lit ia a wonder ful collection of the looms latest crea tions in patterns and colorings. 9 1 DAINTY SILKS PLAIN and FIGURED V0IL8 FANCY MADRAS 9 9 J 3 Ginghams, Percale«, Poplins, White floods. This showing givee one an Idea of the aeason'e requirement* and we Invite your Inspection while the as sortments are at their beet. 11 mm n MhtmvmnMiB (.TO John Cash, Mrs. Nancy Wilkins, Miss Bva j or( jan, Miss Beulah Briscoe Other members of the circle present Mrs. John Briscoe, Mrs. W. N. were Knox, Mra. A. A. Smith, Mrs. I. Har ris, Mrs. M. A. Jones, Mrs. GUI, Mrs. Jean Chandler, Mra Shearer, Mra H. Teicher, Mrs. Angus Kennedy, Mrs. AUle Campbell, Mrs. Jim Chandler. Mra. Ed Bloor, Mrs. Wm. Burrows, Mra. McPherson, Miss Ida Cash, Mrs. Each. Five new members were taken into the circle and a good time was en joyed by all In attendance. EASTER Palm Sunday will be observed on Sunday morning at the Federated church by a sermon appropriate for the day and special music. For the offertory, Mr. Cunningham will play a violin solo," The Palms," by Faure, and the choir will sing, "Wave Palms of Victory" by Holton. WHEAT GROWERS' MEETING You are urged to attend a nwting of the wheat growers, Saturday. March 19th, ut 1:80 p. m., to be held at the county agent's office at the court house, Orangeville. FREE GARDEN SEEDS Free garden seeds can be obtained at the office of the County Agricultur al Agent These seeds were sent from the U. S. Department of Agriculture to the County Agent on the request of Senator Borah. Seed Potatoes. Orders for the eretified seed pota toes elose Saturday, March 10, 1921. FEDERATED CHURCH Next Sunday morning, following a talk on, "Fellowship In Christ's Suf ferings," we will have Communion ser vice. In the evening. I will tell the story of Jesus' last week. H. 8. RANDALL, pastor.