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GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, LTD. GRO. A. SMITH, Editor and Business Manager Rote red as second-class matter December Ids ho. under the Act of Cons nt the post OSes St Orengerllle, of March S, THURSDAY, DECEMBER L 1921. NO INTRIGUE NO SORDID ENDS, NO SURRENDER OF NATIONALITY; NO FEARS. (Extract from address of President Harding opening the arm ament conference.) Gentlemen of the conference, the United States welcomes you with unselfish hands. We harbor no fears; we have no sordid ends to serve; we suspect no enemy; we contemplate or apprahend no conquest. Content with what we have, wa seek nothing which is another's We only wish to do with you that finer, nobler thing which no nation can do alone. We wish to sit with you at the table of international under standing and good will. In good conscience we are eager to meet you frankly, and invite and offer cooperation.. The world demands a sober contemplation of the existing order and reahzation that there can be»no cure without sacrifice, not by one of us, but by all of us. I do not mean surrendered rights, or narrowed freedom, or denied aspirations. Our republic would no more ask for these than it would give. No pride need be humbled, no nation ality submerged but T would have a mergence of minds com mitting all of us to less yirepnration for war and more enjoy ment of fortunate peace. The higher hopes come of the spirit of our coming together. It is but just to recognize varying needs and peculiar positions. Nothing can be accomplished in disregard of national appre hensions. Rather we should act together to remove the causes of apprehensions. This is not to be done in intrigue. Greater assurance is found in the exchanges of simple honesty and directness among men resolved to accomplish as becomes lead ers among nations, when civilization itself has come to its cru cial test EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS ARE BETTER THROUGH OUT COUNTRY. * According to the United States Employment Service, indus trial conditions throughout the country showed decided im provement during the month of October. There were mark ed increases in employment in the basic industries of iron, steel metal products and the railroads which more than off set the decrease in employment in seasonal industries. The report is based on data received from 231 principal industrial centers. Public improvements are absorbing a very large quantity of common labor that has been out of work through out the summer or that has been released from agricultural, canning and other seasonal activities BRADBURY'S WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY PIPES AND CIGARETTE CASES IN THE CITY. ALSO A FULL LINE OF XMAS PACKED CIOARS AND CIGARETTES, PRICES FROM $1.00 UP. FANCY PACKED BOXES OF CANDY THAT CAN NOT BE EXCELLED ANYWHERE. GRAND Masquerade Ball DREAMLAND HALL Tuesday Night, Dec. 6 6 GRAND PRIZES 6 As Follows: Best Dressed Lady Best Dressed Gent Best Character—Lady Best Character—Gent Best Comic Lady Best Comic Gent Music by Synco Orchestra Gents, in Costume, 75c Ladies in Costume, 25c No person admitted upon the dance floor without cos tume until after 11 o'clock. Spectators, 25c Unmasking at 11 LYRIC WEEKLY PROGRAM Sunday, Dee. 4. ELSIE FERGUSON/ lt> "His House in Order" An absorb ing drama of "the Second Wife" who was always measured by the perfec tions of the first. Kolln Comedy. Patbe News. Mon.-Tues., Dee. M Rupert Hughe« presents "The Old Nest" A gripping story of home. Star Comedy. Wed.-Thur»„ Dee. 7-8 WILLIAM RUSSELL. In "Cliullenge of the Law" Russell gives a stirring Interpretation of wbat a hero ought to be. "Light Weight Lov er" Sunshine Comedy. Kri.-Sat., Dee. 9-10 WALLACE RUUD In "Exeunt My llust" Beats "Double Speed" aud "Roaring Hoad" for thrills Sennett Comedy. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, N< - vember 18, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Edward G. Thomas, of Luelle, Idaho, who, on April 22, 1919, made Additional Stock raising Homestead Entry No. 06S8O. for NWV4 NW% sec. 34, twp. 26 N., 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 Lenon. U. S. Commissioner, at Whlteblrd, Idaho, on the 27th day of December. 1921. * Claimant names as witnesses: Clay Davis, Wilford M. Baker. James Jester, Ward A. Sewell, aU of I.ucile, Idaho, non-coal Nov24-Deo22 HENRY HEITFELD, Register. NOTICE *OF ATTACHMENT In the District Court of the Tentb Judicial District of the State of Idaho In and for the County of Idaho. Grangeville Savings & Trust Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Tony Rylaarsdam, Defendant Notice is hereby given that a Writ cf Attachment waa issued out of the above entitled court in the above en titled action on tbe 17th day of No vember, 1921, against the property of tbe above named defendant (Seal) HENRY TELCHER, Clerk of the District Court By Harold Harris, Deputy 58-3» HANCOCK UNDERTAKING C0MANY Well appointed Home Funeral Parlor» Next to Poetoflloe Orangeville, Idaho BREAD Do you ever get ont the jam pot and sit down to a good old lunch of bread and jam Î Try it. It's an experience worth while. Nothing like bread to satisfy a real appetiti Eat bread with jam, with jelly, with butter, with any thing. Good Bread is a really delicious loaf. Bread is your best food— Eat more of it. L. R. Proctor Bakery and Groceries NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Lewiaton, Idaho, Norem lier 3, 1921. Notice la hereby given that 81mog R Ryan, of Bolen, Idaho, who, on Decern I>er 90, 1918, made Additional Home stead Entry no. 06724, for SE% NW^4 E% SWV, and SW* SB%, section 88. township 29 North, range 8 Went, Boise Meridian, baa Bled notice at In tention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before James Lenon, D. 8 commissioner, at Whlteblrd, Maho , on the 12th day of December, 102L Claimant names as witni Herbert 8. Boles, William ▲. Spfvy John E. Hooke, Robert W. Gibson, all of Boles, Idaho, non-coal novl0-dec8 HENRY HBITFHLD, Register Bee Hancock for grave markera. FuU Una at latest designs. Looal scant far Lewtetm Marble Works. tltt For Sale—Dodge car In fine shape 48-tf Call Central garage. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN DER AN ORDER OF SALE. In tbe District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho. Salmon River State Bank, a corpora tion, plaintiff, vs. Charles H. Ryan and Martha J. Ryan, his wife, Orangeville Savings and Trust Co., a corporation, and G. W. Suppiger, special deputy of the Department of Commerce and Industry of the State of Idaho, defendants. Under and by virtue of an Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale, Issued out of the District Court ct the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, In and for the County of Idaho, on the 14th day of November A D. 1921, In the above entitled action wherein Salmon River State Bank, a corporation, the above named plain tiff, obtained Judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Charles H. Ryan and Martha J. Rayan, bis wife, Grangeville Savings and Trust Company, a corporation, and G. W. Suppiger, special deputy of the De partment of Commerce and Industry of ths State of Idaho, the above nam ed defendants, on the 14th day of November, 1921, for the sum of $2800, with Interest at the rate of nine per cent per annum from the 8th day of September, 1919, amounting in all to the sum of 83828.10; that there Is due the further sum of |86.92 on account of taxes, together with Interest there on at the rate of nine lier cent per an num from the 30th ay of August, 1921, making a total of $37.41 for taxes and /ft / oj 7 Thank You a 99 This acknowledgment of a courtesy is somehow the satisfactory end of a transaction. 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Then min in tfas regular mi interest; and the stun of $300.00 attor ney's fees, making an aggregate of $8, 666 51, besides costa, and coats and In terest hereafter to accrue, and that plaintiff have and ercover said sums In gold coin of the United States, to gether with Interest thereon from the date hereof at the rate of seven per cent per annum. Said decree wan, on the 4th day of November, 1921, record ed In Judgment Book No. 6 of aald court on page 617. ided to sen In the man net prescribed by law, those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being In said Idaho County, Idaho, and particularly described as follows, to-wit u Lots three (3), four (4) and five i5), and the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter (SE^NW^ ), of Section Six (6), Township Twenty-I eight (28) North, of Range One (1), East of the Boiae Merldan, and Lot four (4), of Section Thirty-one (81), Township Twenty-nine (29) North, of Range One (1) East of the Boise Mer idian, together with aU and singular the tenements, hereditaments and ap partenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. I will on Saturday, December 10th, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day in front of the Court Houae door, la the City of Grangeville, Idaho, In obed ience to said Order of Sale and Decree sell the above described property to satisfy said Judgment, with interest and coeta, to the highest and beat bid der for gold coin of tbe United States. Dated November 14th, 1921. J. G. EIMERS, Sheriff. 52~4t. By H. Rothwell, Deputy.