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L Æ a % Ji V —. \ V' ♦ l —• r <~V » J ■ rv. ; .,'w ( w 38$ ;'x: •••• ;'W :< •: ; I s - M ■ wm a ■ / m ■■ ■ j ■ m 0i; .4 m Si si;; I 'S Q= Sät" m ■S' II '»est iij Here is Jack Dempsey's famous right as it looks coming head on. The fight fans of France say it will never reach its mark. That Carpen tier is fast enough to keep out of its way. American ring fans know it •can travel far, and quick, and hard, and they are backing it to win. Dempsey is doing light training at Summit, N. J., for the defense of hit title at Jersey City July 2d. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department' of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, April 20, 1921. Notice is hereby given that George Yahraus, of Joseph, Idaho, who, on May 14, 1918, and June 28, 1920, made H. E. 07270, and Stock-raising Addi tional H. E., No. 07271, for of SV4 Section 20, SWVi Sec. 21. and N ! % of N%, SEVi NWV4 and SWV4 NE j Vi Section 29, Township 28 North, 1 Range 1 West, Boise Meridian, has j filed notice of intention to make three- ! year probf, to establish claim to the ! land above described, before James Lenon, D. 8. Commissioner, at White- ! bird, Idaho, on the 3rd day of June, j Claimant names as witnesses: William Rankins, Fred Poe, White bird, Idano ; Romuald Cote, Fred A. Yahraus, Joseph, Idaho, non-coal Ap28-May26 Register, i I HENRY HEITFELD, , 1 Ltd., NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. The Vollmer-Clearwater Co., plaintiff, vs. P. H. Lisne, 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 April 29. 1921, against the property of the above named de fendant. HENRY TELCHER, Clerk of the District Court. ! (Seal) By HAROLD HARRIS, Deputy. 24 8 1 I POTATOES FOR SALE—Nice po M. O.i U . BIG RECLAMATION CONVENTION Pieatello. Idaho May 9—Because of the necessity of leading authorities reclamation in Washington, D. C. and elsewhere revising their schedules it is announced that the big réclama tion convention, under the auspices of the Idaho reclamation association. will ta, held here early in June instead of during this month ta toes, suitable for seed. Ram!>o as previously announced from Boise, where a meet ing of President S. E. Brady and rti AT HOME DRESSES WHICH AU. WOMEN LIKE I <m ma n : |P c 1 V) Iff% ! V mm < ■;g v - mv ) V .-• J y.'i X v\. ■ I mm x v : M . : fpi > : *. ; I '■ m WM * j mm - > - ) ' nm -x : i+r* mi '■! im :r <■: i mm •> ; ;X: •• "W Every woman welcomes the relaxing hours in a cool Kinifliam housi. dress, especially for summer wear. These three new models shown at .he Rush Terminal Sales Building in New York, depict fashion's trend for 1921 On the left the pique, trimming, sash and deep hem are fea tured. The dress apron shown in the center is rick-rack trimmed. The porch or morning dress on the right has collar and cuflf of contrasting color with bins Ii and deep hem and is a very charming purulent. . rectors was recently held. Senator 'Gooding has taken up the matter with Secretary of the Inter ior Fall and there is every hope held out that the secretary will he present at the convention. Heads of the reclamation service and representatives of congress will lx* present to listen to the needs of Idaho ! j 1 11,1,1 to carry back the message of Ida j ho |>eoplc ! tion. ! ! productive reclamation gathering in j the history of the state and its ef feetiveness will be marked and in as expressed at the convon This will be the largest and most Official and public interest In the convention is Increasing each day. The public realizes the, necessity of having its desires laid before congress i in concrete and representative form, I , and public sentiment naturally influ 1 cnees official bodies, such as county commissioners. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE KUen & Teicher building Grange villo Idaho. Priced right. Terms tx> suit purchaser. For particulars write O. B. Long, 344 North 3rd Corvallis, Oregon. street, 22-tf ! 8 NOITCE FOR PURI ICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at 1/ewiston, Idaho, April 1, 1921. 1 I O.i Notice is hereby given Liai William . G. Neill, heir of Robert N< ill deceas ed, of Lucile, Idaho, who, on March 4. *915, made Forest Homestead Entry (List 1-2753), No. 05957. for W% SW V4 NWVi, and WV4 NW>4 SWVi, See tion 29. and NEV4 SEVi, SEVi NEVi, SV6 SWV4 NEV4 NEVi, S% SEVi NW Vi NEVi, E% SWV4 NEVi, S% SW' V4 SWVi NEVi, and SV6 SEVi SE Vi NWVi, Section 80, Township 25 North, Range 1 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before James lotion, U. 8. Commissioner, at White bird, Idaho, on cb« 10th day of May. 11921. Clalmaut mum» as witnesses: James) Murray. Bert, Welnhelmer, Earl Greer, Basil Hlukley. all of Rig gins. Idaho m. HENRY HEITFELD. Non-coal_ First publication April 7. 1921. Last publication May 12, 1921. _Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I>e partaient of tue Interior. U. S. Laud Office at Ix'wtstou, Idaho, April 20, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Fred A. j Yabruus. of Joseph, Idaho, who, on June 80, 1919. mode Additional Stock raising Homes!cud Entry, No. 06875, fdr,NE*4 SW</4. SEVi NWVi, SMi NE Vi. and SEVi, Section 19, Township 28 North. Hange 1 West, Boise Meridian, has Hied notice of iutentlon to make thre«*-year proof, to establish claim to the land alKiv*» descrilied. before James Lenou, U. S. Commissioner, at White bird, Idaho, on the 3rd day of June, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: George Yabruus, Romuald Cote, Joseph. Idaho; William Rankins, Fred Poe. Whitebird, Idaho, non-coal Ap28-Muv26 ■ HENRY HEITFELD, Register. Federal Power Commission. In compliance with The Federal Water Power Act (41 Stat., 1063) no tice is hereby given that the Grauge vtlle Electric Light and Power Com pany, 521 First Ave., Spokane. Wash ington, has filed an application cover ing a jwwcr development on the South Fork of Clearwater River In Sec. 25, T. 30 N„ R. 3 E., and Sec. 30, T. 30 N., R. 4 E., B. M., Idaho. Any objection to such application, or request for a hearing thereon, together with any briefs, reports, or other data for which consideration Is desired, should be sub mitted to the Executive Secretary, Federal Power Commission, Washing ton, 1». C. lx* in April28-Junel6 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. I .and Office at Lewiston, Idaho, April 2*), 1921. Notice is hereby given that William E. Griffith, of Whitebird, Idaho, who, on February 19, 1918 and June 30, 1919, made H. E. 07221, and Additional Stock-raising H. E„ No. 07222, for Stock-raising H. E. No. 07222, for SV6 SEV4, See. 23, NV6NEV4. SWV4NEV4. EV6SWV4, WV4SEV4, and SEV4SEV4, Sec. 26, and EV6NWV4, WV6NEV4, and NEV4SWV4, North, Range 1 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Jaine* Lenon, U ,S. Commissioner, at White bird, Idaho, on the. 4th day of June, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses : Charles Dunham, of Lewiston Idaho; Otto G. Blakeman, Fred G. Painter, William Harden of Whitebird Idaho. HENRY HEITFIBLD, Register. of sec. 35, Township 29 tx> non-coal Ap. 28-May 26 1, TRADE FOR LUMBER I will trade lumber for clearing some burnt-over land. Harpster, Idaho. up JOHN KERR, 21-tf 4. 25 Vollmer-Clearwater accounts can now be paid at Quinlan's office. WHY DON'T YOU USE THE WANT ADS to ? ■ X a fe.fr m o «Lucky Tiger Thf Nation 9 » Hair an* Scalp Remedy I •V HOSPITALS AMD THOM WHO KMOW. y /Positively eradicates _ dandruff — corrects eeze m,t * on * fcalp* — stops falling; hair— prorootaa loroiant rrowth - adds lustre. fc~uty. health - action immediate and certain. Money-Back Guarantee. » ft I LDCBT TICES CO.. Kama Oty.lU. We Do x STATIONERY I PRINTING on ajJAMCRkflD V BOND A 1'H\S1CIAN8 AND SURGEONS ETHEL MERI WEATHER, OSTBO paüdo Physician. GrangerlUe, Ida ho. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturday* Grniio'vil!,. Savings & Trust Co. Bldg. Nexi>eriv. Idaho : Mondays, Wednes days. Fridays Nessperce Hotel 10 a m. to 2 p. m. DR U. 8. STOCKTON, PHYSICIAN aud Surgeon, Scales Block Graugo vllie, Idaho. DR. B CHIPMAN, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon, Office in A. & F. Block. DENTISTS DR. D. J. POWELL, DENTIST. Of fice over First National Bank. DR. Wit MacNKILL, DENTIST. Office U. S. A T. Block. ATTORNEYS A. S HARDY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 'Practice* In all the court*. Office over First National Bank. M. KEESE HATTABAUGH, ATTOR Will practice In all Office in Scale« ttey-at Law. Courts of 'Idaho. Block. SECRET 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. O. Spen cer, Counsel, A. M. Ecker, Clerk. I. O. O. F. MT. IDAHO LODGE NO. 7. Meets every Saturday night at Visiting Odd Fellow* welcome. Phone 1018. C. B. Krakau, N. G. ; J. N. Oliver, Recording Secre tary. 7 :30 o'clock. I- O. O. F. CAMAS PRAIRIE HN campmeut No. 18. Meets second and fourth Saturdays of each month at I O. O. .F. hall. C B Krakau, C P ; R H. Ambler, Scribe NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT, Idaho Circle No. 160. Meets at I. O. O. F hall the second and fourth Mon days of each month. Rose Wood, G. N. ; Lena Markham, Clerk. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, BUFFALO Meets each Monday at Lodge Rooms In Schmadeka Hall. Win. MacNelU, C. C. ; H. Hotb well, K of R and 8 Hump Lodge No. 30. W. O. W. ORANGEVILLE CAMP NO. 206. Meets first and third Monday of each month. Wm H. Pearson C. C. K. H Ambler, Clerk F O. E. ORANGEVILLE AERIE NO. 639. Meets every Friday at 8 p m. Visiting brothers are always welcome. Frank Van Deventer, W. P.; W. 0. Graham, Sec. EGGS FOR HATCHING. White Wyandotte eggs from bens muted by Pren Moore, poultry special ist university extension division, $1.50 for 15. C. W. Thompson, Fenn Idaho. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County, es. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that fc* Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County amt State aforesaid, and that satd firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the*use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. FRANK .7 CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th dnv of December. A D. 1886. A. AV. GLEASON, 'Scab Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medlctn u taken In ternally and acts throng! he Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. „ F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all druggists. 73c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. A. J. MAUGG FUNERAL DIRECTOR Grangeville . Idaho I J r HEY,FELLAS!! The boys are eyeing 'em again down at Mat's Place. M. B. GEARY, Prop. "In Every Respect • * says the Good Judge n You get more genuine chew ing satisfaction from the Rea! Tobacco Chew than you ever got from the ordinary kind. The good tobacco taste lasts so long—a small chew of this class of tobacco lasts muci longer than a big chew of the old kind. That's why it costs less to use. Any man who has used both kinds will tell you that. Put up tn two styles <n « I I * I» » ♦ • J ■ t I W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco , RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco 1107 Broadway.'New York C ty UJ mfi We Buy] and sell 6 [c ol - °1 FURNITURE of all kinds TOP PRICES PAID \Y. fm l LINGO'S Furniture Exchange DRAYING C. A. Henderson ANYPLACE ANYTHING ANYTIME Phone Orders to I-anim Drug Co. RUMELYIQgAt, fcj llMl.' I C] ;:t: r » W à It's what you save that counts I T'S not only the grain you raise—it's what you save that makes the profit. It's grain in the tack that you want— not in the stack. The Rumley Ideal Separator, which' we sell, and which we back with our reputation, is the most efficient grain saving machine on the market and we can prove it. A thresher that is not designed right cannot work right. The Ideal is built around the correct principle that a threshing machine to deliver all the grain must keep the straw on the move every minute in a steady even flow. That's the only way to guard against the bunching and choking up that cause incomplete separation and waste grain—frequent delays and limited capacity. Start at the Ideal cylinder—the way the grates are placod *o prevent "pushing up" of the straw, bunching and winding. There's a free even delivery of straw from the cylinder to the patented traveling rake that carries the straw up and delivers •it to the straw rack in a constant even stream. And the Ideal straw rack carries out the same principle. Instead of de« pending upon shakers only, the Ideal rack has a series of lifting fingers that tear the straw open, rake it and beat It from beneath. We could go on and tell how every operation of the Ideal fits into that first principle of correct threshing but we haven't room here. And anyway, we have a catalog for you that coven the machine from start to finish. We can supply the Ideal in any of five sizes—big capacity« thorough, clean threshers, every one of them. H. K. HILBOt RNF. 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