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cavalry or g«n«ral purpoxe horse must be mad« to bring as high a price in the aa the Th • of year to year. Tills is especially trne of the cavalry horse, Nacesaity of horses and mules for H. g cities and Col. of trucks A. lly all It* the last re aort the horse and mule can only bo the depended upon for transport. Farmers be hood-winked power can re- of chii never horses and or tin* uses, N. an im- I portant sphere to fill. Wj* want motive of power, hut we also want the horse and 1 mule; they are necessary. It must le> j of remembered that war is not conducted ■arket or to the Gov draft horse or the draft mule. Government, In times past, paid to-i little for a good cavalry horses, buying by the Contract System. Purchasing •n the open market has Increased The price. The price paid for the right •ort of animal for Government use has been increased from ■war purposes: The truck and antomo * Mle took a large part In the World War. This wa« possible mainly by rea son of the wonderful hard-surfaced nectlm roads of Europe, con even small insignificant Villages. Not . withstanding these facts f)nd «b» that thousands upon tfhousan and automobiles were , Europe could not obtain sufficient horses and muli*s for war purposes. Elnrope search ed the United States, Argentine Re public In ftotffh America. Brasil, South Africa and other countries for war ani mals. Every country In Europe foivied to give up practica a nim a l s for war purposes there was not enough, iji 1 was and breeder should not Into believing motive place (rite horse and mule jdther In mercial life or war. Motive power is only an adjunct, a h»*lp. hut replace the horse and mn|e. Now Is the time to breed high-c mules. It will pay and puv well. Relative Cost of Motile and Horse Power: Mr. Farmer and Breeder, do you know that aninial-driiwu trans|»or tatton and the riding animal are com ing backt The truck and automobile have their legitimate spheres and hut they cannot and com will not displace the horse and mule. W»* have no fight on with motive (lower, nor d< to heve motive power fight the horses and mule Industry. Both have > w»* want altogether on or In the vlelnlty of faard roads nor are commercial under- ! takings for that matter, Europ«*, and | opera on a in all especially the main theatre of «oiis, was by far the best locality in tlie world for automotive vehicles account of their splendid hard-surfaced roads and their extent. IVh.v does Par malee In Chicago stick to the hors-» bus for transporting, passengers ovfcr the city? Economy is the A great return to animal drawn trans portalion is in tlie air. Anyone doubt ing this can obtain data, figures and facts from Mr. Wayne Dll "Exchange Avenue. Union Stock Yards. ■Chicago. You will find it convincing. Can you imagine carring on war In own United States (>n and off our miserable roads'in all kinds of weaher and all seasons of the year with motive pow«-r only? Without thousands thousands of horses and mule« *hc for civilization, the Woifld War. would have been lost. Economy demands more horses and mules. answer. instnore at 822 our up- >n war Statistics show that the British used In th»> World War one animal to every four men. In the Civil I'nr. when mo tive (lower was unknown, one animal was us**d for every thr»*»* and titres» fourths men. In our present organiza Ü ion a single infantry division requires 15.000 animals. A cavalry division re quires 13.000 animals. The Horses Association of America. President, W. S. Dtiiihnm. Wayne. Illinois. Executive Secretary Mr. Wayne Dinsmore. Offl<*e. 822 Exchange Avenue. Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois. This is a large and powerful orgimi V- tu ion of civilians of recent organiza tion, working along the same lines as the American Remount Associai ion. Both associations are closely co-oper ating and supporting <tacb other. Both are in harmoniuos accord in every way. Mr. Wayne Dinsmore, the Executive Secretary, is a man of large experience ami ability in the hor|e world and Is doing u big work lu a broad way. The assista n-'e find support given by the Hors * Association of America to the American Remount Association in its work i- most importent and greatly appi* .-.eted. Many Interested persons are .lit-nbers of lioili organizations. Bree*.ng and Purchasing Zones. Mi ji.r C. L. Scott, guarterma»*- ' Corps. Washington 11. C„ Chairman Breedlt.--- Committee. 1. »' ntrnl Zone: Colonel C. E. How kins. Q. M. C. ill command* office. 410 Searrlft Arcade. K a omis City, Ml«s ourl : comprising the States of North Dakota. South Dakota, Nebraska. Colo rado, Kansas. Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin. Illinois. Iowa. Michigan and Indiana 2. Soifthern Zone: Major E. G. Cul lum. g M. O., in command ; office, 289 Exchange Building. Oklhoma City, Ok 1 a nut ; comprising th»( States of* New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, AxkuMK Louisiana and Mississippi. 3. Norhern Zone: Mfejor W. H. Neill Q. M. O.. in command ; office, Boise Barracks, Boise. Idaho; comprising the States of Washington. Idaho. Ore gon. Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. 4. Western Zone: Colonel A. N. Me <'lure. g. M. C., In command ; offloe. 417 Oaehner Building. Sacra nwuto, California ; comprising the States of California. Nevada. 1'iah and Arizona 5. Knistern Zone; Colonel H. C. Whitehead. g. M C., in command; of fice. 108 North Upper Street, Lexing ton. Keutuck.v ; comprising the States of Maine. New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Is land. New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, I »ela ware, New Jersey, Vlr glnia. West Virginia, Kentucky. Tenn essee, Alabama, Oeorgia, Florida, North Carolina anti Sotftta Carolina. Permanent Remount Depots. 1. Fort Reno, Oklahoma ; Major A. H. Jone«, Q. M. C„ In command. 2. Fort Robinson. Nebraska ; Lt. Col. Edward Calvert, Q. M. C.. in com mand. 3. Fort Keogh, Montana : Lt. CoL Henry Gibblns, Q. M. C., lu command. 4. Front Royal, Virginia ; Major I,. A. Beard, Q. M. C., In command. Information regarding the Govern ment breeding «chenu • and the pur chase of animals for use of the War Department may lie obtained by ad dressing headquarters of the Zones hove mentioned, to which the applicant lielongs. All persons inerested In any line of the hors»* and mule industry and iudus tries allied and dependent thereon ari Invited and urged to become members of "The American Remount Associa tion." A life membership costs $55.00 without further dues or expense. The dues are $3.00 per year. 8end in your full nam« and address, occupation, the kind of membership you desire (life or regular) and your check to cover tin* class of mcmliership desired, made out in favor of "The American Re mount Association," to tlu* guarter master, U. 8. Army, 410 .Scar ritt Ar cade, Kansas City, Missouri. Your ap plication will lie seconded by two mem liers of the Association and sent to tile Secretary of the American Re mount. Association at 1741 "1"' Street. N. W„ Washington. D. C. Your appli I cation will be adi«*d upon by the hoard of directors and upon election to mem 1 Ixvsbip you will In* issued a <vrtlfieate j of membership. From time to time you "'HI receive all data, literature, bitlle In In of by said them at of or A. In Loy The the for in forty you you dhe a ant, two ed and ing the W% ship 320 t ing. a * t,ns . et cetera, Issued by the Associa ! Uon which you will find interesting and | Instructing. It will keep you In touch with tlie horse world and Its activities. We believe this Association stands for a Uve and important proposition, which demands the al ten Mon of out people from a (latriotlc standpoint and in the Interest of the National Defense Join ns In a nation wide work. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. In tlie District Court of the Tenth Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, In and for the County of Idaho. Ed Wren, plaintiff, vs. H. J. Krcssley, defendant Notice Is hereby given that a Writ of Attachment was issued out of the above entitled court In the above en titled action on this 4th day of April, 1921, against the property of the aliove named defendant. HENRY TFLCHER, Clerk of the district court By HAROLD HARRIS, Deputy. (SEAL) By A. 20-3t FOR SALE—Fresh cow with heifer calf. See Bert Baker. tt. Knight Egg Coal $15. Madison Luni fier Co. FOR SALE—White face steer calf, four days old. Sell cheap. Enquire at this office 17-2t as Is its ' 410 and 289 Ok Ore Me RESTORATION TO LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice Is hereby given that lands de scribed be'.ow, embracing 60.36 acres, within the Idaho National Forest, Ida ho, will be subject to settlement and entry under the provisions of the homestead iws of the United States and the act of June 11, 1906 ( 34 Stat., 233), at the United States land office at Halley, Idaho on May 3, 1921. Any sett'er who was actually and in good faith claiming any of said lands for agricultural purposes prior to January 1, 1906, and has not abandoned same, lias a preference right to make home stead entry for the lands actually oc cupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned b»*low, who have a preference right sub Ject to the prior right of any such set tlor, provided such settler or applicant Is qualified to make homestead entry and the preference right Is exercised prior to May 3, 1921, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. Ap pllcaitlons may be filed twenty days prior to the above date but will not be aVowed until the day set for opening tliereof. Ex-service men who served during the war with Germany will al so hare a preference right of entry for a [lerlod of sixty-three days prior to the above daite. Such preference, how ever, Is subject ot the superior prefer ence of settlers prior to January 1, 1906 and llstees. A tract of 60.36 acres within Section 32. T. 26 N„ R 10 E.. B. M.. described by H. E. 8. No. 690. Listed without applicant. List 4-2466. January 21. 1921. C. M BRUCE. As sistant Commissioner of the General Land Office. ENTRY OF N'OTICK TO CBB>IT0R8 In the Probate Court, County of Ida ho, State of Idaho. In the Matter of the Estate of Flor ence Earle, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that letters of Administration wRh the Will an nexed on the estate of Florence Barle deceased, were granted to the under signed on the 15th day of March, 1921. by the Probate Court of Idaho county. All persons having daims against said estate, are required to extribl! them to me for allowance at my office at First National Bank, at GrangevHlc Idaho, within 4 months after the date of tlie first publication of tills notice, or they shall tie forever barred. Hated this 22nd day of March, 1921. JOHN P. EIMERS, Administrator with Will Annexed A. S. HARDY, Attorney for Aduilstrator. ho, days, m. DR. ville, DR. DR. a. & DR. fice 18411 DR. SUMMONS. • In the District Court of tlie tenth ju dicial district of the state of Idaho. In and for the county at Idaho. Loy O. Hollenbeuk, plaintiff, vs. Lorens G Hollenbeak, defendant The State of Idaho sends greetings: To Lorene C. Hollenbeak, the above named defendant. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you In the district court of the tenth judicial district of the state of Idaho in and for the county of Idaho, by the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons if served with in said judicial district, and within forty days If served elsewhere ; and you are further notified that unless you so appear and answer said com plaint within the time herein specified, dhe plaintiff wilt take Judgment aHulnxt you as prayed In said com plaint The said action Is brought to obtain a decree of this court dissolving the marriage between plaintiff and defend ant, and for an absolute divorce ; ami plaintiff prays for the custody of the two minor children of rhe parti»*«, Deri Loyola Hollenbeak and Wilma Lorene Hollenbeak, and to have the following descrih**d property in Idaho county, Idaho, awarded to him and title quiet ed in plaintiff as his separate property and to debar defendant from assert ing any right therein, to-wit : 8EV4 8E>4, section 21; the SW% of NWVi, the whole of 8WV» section 22. and the W% of SE>4. section 22, all In town ship 23, N R. 1, B. B. M., containing 320 acres. Together with the bons» hold goods, tools of husbandry and other personal projierty In hid posses sion, dn the^g round that the defendant deserte»! and abandoned plairttlff for more than one year prior to the com mencement of this action and on the further ground that defendant has t mi ted plaintiff with cruelty and In flict«*d ui»on him great mental suffer ing. as more fully set out In the com plaint Witness my hand and the seal of said district court, this 21st day of February, 1921. A over M. M. O. cer, L 7:80 N. tary. L O. H. O. Q. Men W. of R. ist for HENRY TELCHER, Clerk (Seal) By HAROLD HARRIS, Deputy. A. S. HARDY, attorney for plaintiff, residence and postoffice addr<-ss. G raiig^Ttlle. Idaho: 15-6t FIELD SEEDS. «p FARMERS. We have a select stock of M Field Peas and Beardless Barley that Ml we can offer you at attractive prices ™ while our stock lasts. Blue Prussians 3 1-2 c $65. Ton Early Alaskas 3 1-2 c_$65. Ton i White Canadians 3 1-2 c_$65. Ton Beardless Barley 3 1-2 c_$65. Ton ■ Write us foy special prices on larger orders. We buy and sell high grade Field 1 and Garden seed«. IDAHO PURE SEED COMPANY Lewiston, Idaho be to 1, E.. VolUner-Clearwater accounts can now be paid at Quinlan's office. How's This? Wa öfter One Hun<1r<>il Dollars Reward Vr any ca«e of Catarrh that cannot be .fred by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken oy catarrh sufferer» for the past thlrty 4 va year«, and has become known a» the most reliable remedy for »'atarrh. Hail's Catarrli Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surface*, expelling the Poi *on from the Blood and healing the dis eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh i Medicine ,v>r a »hört time you will aee a t great Improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrli Medi cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send fêr teet'mnniHls free. L J CHEN 13 Y * CO.. Toledo. Ohto. d by all Dnigciats. 7Sc. Dr. Koch's Remedies 8. M. SWINEHART Agent Stitoa, Idaho I I now have a complete stock of good* and all mall orders will bo given prompt attention. I PHYSICIANS AND 8UBGBONS ETHEL MER1 WEATHER, OSTBO pathlc Physician. Orangeville, Ida ho, Tuesdays, Thursdays. Saturdays. Grange! die Savings A Trust Co. Bldg. Ne*i>er<v, Idaho; Mondays. Wednes days, Fridays. Nez|>eree Hotel 10 a m. to 2 p. m. DR. G. 8. STOCKTON. PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Scale« Block Grange ville, Idaho. DR. B. CHI PM AN, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon, Office In A. A F. Block. DR. BINUUAM-DAVIS, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office hours ; 10 to 12 a. mi., 1:30 to 4 p. m.; Evenings: 7 to & office over ti. S. A T. Bank. DBNTOTS DR. D. J. POWELL. DENTIST. Of fice over First National Bank. DR. W 14 . MacNEILU DENTIST. Office G. S. A T. Block. 4 ATTORNEYS A- 8. HARDY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices In all Uw courts. Office over First National Bank. M. REUSE HATTABAUUH, ATTOR WU1 practica la all Office in Scales ney-at-Law. Courts of Idaho. Block. 8BCBET ORDERS M. W. A. CAMP NO. 5840. MEETS first Thursday in each month at L O. O. F. hall. Visiting members wel come. Phone Pacific 1841. F. a Spen cer, Counsel, A. M. Ecker, Clerk. L O. O. F. MT. IDAHO LODGE NO. 7. Meets every Saturday night at 7:80 o'clock, welcome. Phone 1013. C. B. Krakau, N. G. ; J. N. Oliver, Recording Secre tary. Visiting Odd Fellows | L a O. F. CAMAS PRAIRIE EN cam paient No. 18. Meets second and fourth Saturdays of each month at I. O. O. F. hall. O B Krakau. C P; R H. Ambler, Scribe ■ NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT, Idaho Circle No. 100. Meets at L O. O. F hall the second and fourth Mon days of each month. Rose Wood, Q. N. ; Lena Markham, Clerk. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, BUFFALO Hump Lodge No. 80. Men da y at Lodge Rooms In Scbmadeka Hall. Wm. MacNelll, C. C. ; H. Hoth well, K of R and S Meet« each W. O. W. ORANGEVILLE CAMP NO. 206. Meets first and third Mondgy of each month. Wm H. Pearson C. C. R. 1 Ambler, Clerk fai. ORANGEVILLE AERIE NO. 539. Meets every Friday at 8 p in Visiting brothers are alwaya welcome Frank Van Deventer, W. P.; W. C. Graham, Sec. ■ I EGGS FOR HATCHING. White Wyandotte egg« from hens mated by Pren Moore, poultry special ist university extension division, $1.50 for 15. O. W. Thompson, Fenn Idaho. -o MLucky Tiger Tho Nation'» Hair k anti Soalp Rotnody f ./Positively eradicates comcti ecze> mataous scalp« — a tops falling hail— promotaa luxuriant growth - adds lua beauty, health — action Immediate certain. Money-Back Guarantee. «nig a lata and for «onart locht near co.. tre. and «p of M Ml ™ At -Bara, or , aampla. City, Ma. i ■ 1 A. J. MAUGG FUNERAL DIRECTOR Orangeville * i V.' / • i a t o v HEY,FELLAS!! î The boyB are eyeing 'em again down at Mat's * Place. I I M. B. GEARY, Prop. U There's More Real Satisfaction •ays the Good Judge 99 9 .. 4 i In a little of the Real To bacco Chew, than got out of the ordinary kind. The good rich taste lasts long you don't need a fre:.!i chew nearly as often—that's why it costs you less to chew -Tis class of tobacco. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell tfcftot. you ever so c « I ; i you Put ut> m two styles W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco i LUMBER PRICES DOWN We have just hatl a material reduction in the price of lumber and if you are coutemplating build ing it will pay you to investigate. The price in effect now on some items is more than 100 per cent lower than a year ago, the price ou all lumber has been greatly reduced and is within reach of all. If you want a few items for repairing, hand ns a list of them and we will quote you attractive prioes. If it is a new house or bam, just draw a rough sketch of what you want and we will do the rest, our architectural department is at your service and can save you money. » FREE PLAN SERVICE to customers | ■ Madison Lumber & Mill Co. R. Refvem, Mgr. [v F urnitur e, Stoves,Etc x* New and Second-Hand FLOOR COVERINGS— In many different patterns TO Goods of every description bought and sold. Wilson & Zumwalt cL'V Proprietors I,II ill ! I CITY MEAT MARKET JOHN CALLAN, Proprietor FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH, POULTRY SEE US BEFORE SELLING YOUR HIDES The best of everything in our line constantly on hand. Garber Building, Main Street. Pacific Phone 141 aw iTr t m wrrrrrmwm ❖ *■ Smoke House The "I ❖ ■* * CARL CARLTON. Crop. NEWS DEPOT AND CONFECTIONERY CIGARS AND TOBACCOS COLUMBIA GKAl'HOl'HONES AND RECORDS Subscriptions Taken for All Magazines and Periodicals at Publisher's Prices * s ■t ÜÎ # £ ■Î DRAYING C. A. Henderson ANYPLACE ANYTIME ANYTHING Phon« Orders to Lamm Drug Co.