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TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO rsfswjl W j SAVE * r*si££! Your children will learn more the value of money through having a hank account than by any other means. § f It encourages them to see the amount increase, anti 4 per cent interest compounded semi-annually, it doesn't take long to save large sums. Why not start r.n account f for them now—the ulti mate benefits will he inestimable. One dollar is suf ficient to open a Term Savings Account. |p t — THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GRANGEVILLE Get one of these miniature Liberty Bells to drop your pin money in at home—it counts , „fast toward success. Under United States Government Supervision. j LOCAL 1 ^appenh vsy WANTED—Fresh Cow. Box 814. 8tf Fire Insurance—A. W. Talkington. Clean taga wanted at this office. Surety Bonds—A. W. Talkington. I At the Smoke House you will And ; on sale Columbia Grnfnuoas and all the latest records. i Seed Wheat—Marquis seed wheat for sale, also Rustler's Dent seed corn. I. E. Coder, Grangevllle. POTATOES FOR SALE—Nice po M. G. ta toes, suitable for seed. Ramis* It; Sheep for Salt bred ewes, mostly Lincolns. Enquire at this office. -About 50 head of 18-tf Deputy Sheriff H. Rothwell and mother Mrs. Bartley returned on Tues day evening's train from a trip to Lewiston. FOR SALE—1919 Ford car. - Good as new. In good condition. Price rea aonable. Enquire at P. O. 19-2t I t . « u ...... n opt ton n h sa r cemeterv filling . m Thi 1 L f between Hall and Meadow streets It J Robert Dunn, one of the old time ' mining men of the Marshall Lake dis List your land with M. L. Ayera l have a arge Hat of prospective buyers ln the east a , i Miss Harriet Hanson and friend Miss Ooolidge ,of Cottonwood, spent Sunday visiting with friends in the city. The young ladles are teachers in the Got- , trict came ln the first of the week for a few days business visit. County Health Nurse Miss Elsie j Roberts left yesterday morning for Kooskia where she will look over the general health of the school children ' at that place. tonwoo»! schools. Herman Von Bargen came up from Lewiston on Sunday evening's train. Mr Von Bargen has been a sufferer from heart trouble for some time and is said to be In a precarious condi don at Chia writing. Mr*. Harry Vincent aud children left Suuday morning for Camp Seven Grant Smith A Co, near Whltebird, where they will spend the summer with Mr. Vincent who is employed at that place. Joe Battler of Greencreek, one of the community leaders of the Idaho County Farm Bureau, is ln the city today attending the meeting of the bureau. e ;%i i i % i Sometimes persons of advanced years enjoy boasting of the fact that they do not wear glasses. s £l ! fti I Yet. if they happen to have imperfect vision, (Jii* neglect of the eyes may cause incalculable injury. Good eyesight is far more precious than false pride. Ami anyway, if after »'areful examination, it Is found thaï no glasses are needed, you will have th' added «atisfio tion of knowing your Judgment is vin dicated. ' j . " Take care of your iidiiii's THOMAS JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST Opposite Rank Camas Prairie 9 9 THOMPSON J f Edwin Nelson of ïtnu, U hi attend anoe at the farm bureau meeting a* we go to press. _ FOR RENT—Room suitable for «tore room, garage or other similar purposes for rent. Empiire Revere Hotel. 20-2t , ! I J Floyd Decker, Ron of Mr. and Mrs B. H. Decker, absented himself from ' school Monday and Tuesday and took a trip to the Jess McComas ranch j I on the Clearwater. He Is now in 1 I ; school agaiu. Ladles don't forget to keep watch i for the new arrivals in millinery it the Wllk's Millinery or you are tipt to nee the very thing you want, worn New arrivals by some one else, twice a week. « Chus. Wilson, a business man of Whitebird, came up on Tuesday eve ning's stage and spent Wednesday in the city attending to business matters, He returned home in company with Engineer MeCready and Contractor i i Johnson this forenoon. O. T. Lingo this week treated his warehouse to a new coat of paint. A little lwlnt will do wonders as a look at the building will reveal, and several others could follow in Mr. Lingo's step« and improve the buildings of this Editor and Mrs. Geo. Medved of the I Cottonwood Chronicle were visitors hp re Sunday. They made the trip 1 over ln thelr car > and »«Ported the rOI>(l8 froH1 Cottonwood, to- Fenn hi J excellent condition while on this of ' Fpnn thov encountered several bad P la «* l city. , _ _, ._ George Watkins returned from Lew i istoti last Thursday night Mr. Wat kins recently underwent an operation for a serious rupture and states he is rapidly regaining hie normal strfte of , health. He Is able to get about by the use of a cane. j Mrs Harry Lydon, secretary of the Lewiston chapter of the American Red Cro«s, and Frank Morris, a member ' of the board of directors of that or ganlsatlon, spent Monday in the city looking after matters pertaining to the employment of a county health t : w BBBBB nurse 45 YEARS AGO ; I ~ D. F. Van Pool, cattle man of the Bole« country, is in the city today. Of late Mr. Van Pool has been having a rather serious time with operation and oonfin ,, mout ln hospitals at Lew , Hton> but wln , to j*. h is f ormer oondition. , ! k,lo ' vn as "Fat is in the city today I in company with 1>. I. \ an Pool, his J father-inlaw. i O. I>. Hamlin of Cottonwood, better ' j 1 Howard McKinley of Cottonwood, well known purebred hog breeder, is I In the city in attendance at the Idaho County Farm Bureau meeting that Is being held here today. W. Kjosness farm ageut leader of the University of Idaho extension depart- ' ment of Moscow, is in attendance at the meeting of the farm bureau here for Portland after spending several weeks at his Grangevllle office. Mr. i Reed also has an office at Portland i where he employs quite a number of , people. today. Geo. M. Reed left Friday morning I I bird Monday, using shanks ponies the ! entire distance. Mir. Galloway had intended to walk home also after a t-1 tending to some business matters at the county seat, but fortunately he \ found a ride. j (Jeo - Troeb last week purchased the li0 °-* cr * tract adjoining his place on th ? wwt and north from J - N , Black l '« rn « ne P h,w of w w Blackburn of Cottonwood. The price paid was not * iven out bnt as th * Place Is principally pasture land. It is generally understood that Mr. Troeh secured T, B. Galloway came up from White , w , __ real bargain. The land 1« situated near the mouth of Graves creek. is a Milton Freidenrich a member of the of Alexander-Freidenrlch Oo., was a business visitor the for»' part of the week from Portland, having come up to attend a meeting of tfee corporation that was postponed from Januar - V - Aft « r attending to the hns ,neaa °* **l»don aud renewing ac Tinintanee with a number of his boy hood fiends he departed for his home Wednesday morning. J firm Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Geary returned Tuesday evening from Portland where they went to attend the Mg mining convention. Mr. Geary states there were some very creditable mining ex hihlts at the convention, a very nice I showing being made from tile H iT j mines at Marshall Lake. They had a ' very enjoyable trip and enroute home visited for a spell at Peck, with Mrs. Geary's jiarents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and sister Mrs. William Craw ford and family. ; I Dale Haaelhaker, the little son of County Assessor and Mrs. Cal Hasel- i baker, who was so severely burned February 28th. is making rapid ruHg toward recovery. on prog- ; It is sad to j .state that the little- fellow's lljw arc j drawn as the healing take« place and • his checks are somewhat scarre*! by the severity of the flames that veloped him. His i*arents will take him to a sjaviallst as soon as his burns are sufficiently healed and have Che tension taken off his lips and what i other assistance I hat can he remler i ed nature. en 4^ FEDERATED CHURCn The second sermon of the scries on, "Wealth and Poverty" will be given next Sunday morning. In the evening, I will give a lecture on, "Mind and H»-alth." which will give some light <>n "Christian Science," New Thought'' ! "Mind Cure, contain some helpfnl suggestions. H. S. RANDAU* Pastor. Faith Cure" eltc., and -—o SPECIALS. ' One 3 1-4 wagon *25.00 - j One large Coffee Mill—Just the thing for making Corn M< al Wh<-rft Meal . One 3-section Gunn Book Case . One 3-section Ma<-ey Book Case 22.50 Sewing Machines—guaranteed to stich well—upwards_ Burroughs Adding Machine— good as new_ or . ■ 7.50 7.50 ■ ■ LINGO'S Exchange Furniture I STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP of 4 be Orangeville Globe published weekly at Orangeville, Idaho, for April, 1921. State of Idaho, County of Idaho, aa. llefore me. a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, jersoiiaUy appeared Geo. A. Smith. ! who, having been duly sworn accord ing to law, depose« and says that he i la the Editor and Business Mgr. of the Orangeville Globe, and» that the ! following la, to the best of his knowl- 1 edge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management etc., of 1 the aforesaid publication for the date i shown in the above caption, required ; by the Act of August 24 1912, em iMxlied in section 443. Postal Laws and Regulations primed on the reverse of ; this form, towlt: 1. That the name« and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor and business managers are: Publisher Globe Printing Oo., Ltd. Orangeville, Idaho. Editor. Managing Editor. Business I Manager, Geo. A. Smith, Orangeville, Idaho. -. That the owners are: Geo. A. 1 Smith. A. N. Dyer, A. S. Hardy, j Orangeville, Idaho ; J. M. Jack, Greencreek. Idaho; H V. Riggs, Nam-1 pa Idaho ; Geo. F. Kimery, Boise, Ida. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and ether security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more 0 f total amount of bonds, mortgages, i or other securities are : None. GEO. A. SMITH Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of April. 1921. (SEAL* (My Commission expires May 21, 1322* L. M. HARRIS ' 1» CENT TEA. The ladies of the Federated Aid will give a ten cent tea at the home ad Mrs. John P. liners, beginning at 2 o'clock p. m. on Thursday the 21st Inst. , I AVANTED TO BUY—Second hand building one that you want torn down. Call ait this office. LUMBER FOR SALE—2x4s and I 2x6s in any length. See Basil Harris. 21:1V. ! t-1 f '* n * tor Frank R. Gooding Sends Globe Seeds for Free Distribution \ Through the tboughfulness of Sena j tor Frank R. Gooding the Globe this week received a mall sack full of gard en that will be distributed free t o those who wish them. There are t Wo assortments, one containing pea, beet, onion, lettuce and radish, snd the other beet, let une, opion, yadish „nd tomato, FREE GARDEN SEED The seeds ore govunment tested and satisfactory results should be gained |, v their planning, First come, first served n u ® • ■ ■ ■ ■ J B NAZIMOVA ■ The Incomparable Star in a ■ Living Human Romance of Theatrical Life "The Heart of a I ■ m I» I j ' m '■«--f h - 4 • -4 ? : ; : ; f i I < ; j j • •:> ; - ■ m 4^ * vv*. ■ . . <*. NAZIMOVA I - LYRIC ■ Two Days Commriiring MONDAY. APRIL 18 ■ ■ "A SHOT GUN WEDDING" f entury Come Iv ■■■■■■■■■aij Pa I Straight To The: Mark i ■ Service is that which most everybody claims B to give, but which yon really have to hunt for to B find. But at our store you 'Jl not need to hunt for B —we'll guarantee that. For the whole back bone B of our business is servi o o ■ —giving the biggest values for your money. B —giving you the benefit of all our years of B experience in making selections in men's B wear. * If you're pleased you'll come again and we'll B wager a dollar to a doughnut—YOU WILL 1 B Now for Spring: Are you ready! Are you B going to worry along in the same suit you've been g wearing all winter, or are you going to "freshen g for spring time' Here in our store we have ■ everything you can possibly need. See the Cloth g Craft Suits, Arrow Shirts and Collars, Men's ■ Shoes, Mallory and Stetson Hats and those beau- ■ tiful new Spring Ties and Soft Collars. ■ ■ * s i > up ■ e IT ft. ALWAYS REMEMBER—A CHAMP'S A CHAMP Johnny Wilson, middleweight .ifhainpion of the world, is enjoy ing a nice hearty laugh on sport critics as he counts over $42,500 Wilson won the title from Mike O'Dowd oi St. Paul last year on ». decision. The critics believed— and immediately dubbed Wilson a "cheese" champ and tried to force him into an immediate return bout ■ £ Wilson seemed to evade the tnatchi—couldn't be cornered, and all the while promoters were raising the bid on the bout Sud denly, ten days before St. Pat rick's day, came word from Bos ton to Tex Rickard that Wilson would fight O'Dowd. •O'Dowd, overanxious and wild, Vas a target for the cool Wilson. Wilson L the winner'. 4&i : : : : 1ST ■ v ■ X 1 . ■ ' ■ ■:S auyhed .ts he collected «• 1 T *> LARGE SURPLUS MEANS STRENGTH The standing of the Bank of Camas Prairie is largely due to the fact that .its directors have set aside a large v surplus—greater than that of any other bank in Idaho County. t i X BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $50,000.00 Resources over $750,000.00 Under State and Government Supervision '■»♦»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦»•e TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT —We never expect to see the day when a Ready-Made Suit will have the same fit as one tailored si*et-lally for you. It is said that 1 % A' ECONOMY ZU —is the source of wealth, and true Economy cannot be prac ticed in those days of declin ing prices unless your clothes are tailor-made. There is no economy in wearing ready made clothing when you can hav<> your suits tailored to v "'t own figure for almost f!/- «âme price—quality con sidered. © Richards & ♦ . Soltman o "The Home of Fine Tailoring"