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APPRECIATED $ $ estimating the size and the nature of the busi ness of this Bank a good many small Depositors may feel we do not appreciate their business. This is not ^ the case. We welcome the small account as well as -;p the large, and always try to render the same service ^ and advice to the small depositor as to the larger one. In n i Î ;l. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Under United States Government Supervision. erdeiu" eiu-^iudiuc ilie*] tk=IEc-u ltd« udi liciL Leif l ItSI !Wg Li I LOCAL I J iAJPPENING^ Fire Insurance—A. W. Talklngton. See T, E, (Juinlln at the Globe office for fire Insurance,. Private money to loan on farm land first mortgage. CliU at this office. 2-2L Electric light globes at the Wood Hardware Co. A $5.00 prize to the couple that looks the toughest at the White Bird "Hard Times Dance," December 9th. Try a sack of (lold Standard flour, manufactured by the Nez Perce Roller Mills. For sale by all dealers. bl-tf For Hale—8 foot oak extension tabl > and buffet; good this off lev Picture framink, large selection of mouldings, satisfaction guaranteed. Wood Hardware Co. A $5.00 prize to the couple that looks ♦he toughest at the White Bird ''Hard Times Dance'" Definiter 9th. Picture framink, large selection of mouldings, satisfaction guaranteed. Wood Hardware (Jo. The ladles of the Federated Aid will hold their annual Bazaar and 86c chicken dinner at the I. O. O. F. hall on December 3rd. Dinner 11:30 to2, 2t. its new. Enquire at 2-tf " H m 3 ■ ! glj j ® I ■ ■ ■ ■ NO CHEF CAN GO WRONG WITH OUR MEATS o A ■ ■ ■ We haife a "cut'' to suit the most fastidious and we are always at your service. Tell os your wants and We feel positive we can satisfy your needs. ■ Smoked Meats Try our Smoked Meats—we have the finest line of H sms and Bacon in tha city. ■ CITY MEAT MARKET N. B. STRANGE, Prop. ■ LYRIC Mon.-Tues., Nov. 5-6 The Old Nest'' u v. C RUPERT HUGHES' HEART GRIPPING STORY OF HOME Hughes takes down oiu wall of the American Home of today and you walk in and know the Family. H. Æ *1« ^ ne ky one they left her; Tom became a great lawyer in Wash Mother onct mgton. Kate went to New York to raise a family. Frank the youngest painted portraits in Paris. Jim, the black sheep, disappeared ^ 0 without a trace And Emily, the youngest, eloped with a hapd % ts W V r Pi I > 1 ? if / >/ -4 mi ITS - \ i y some Easterner.. The scene of their home-coming is one of the finest bits of screen drama ever filmed. & \ I s \ HP MATINEE Tuesday at 2:30—PRICES, Adults 35; Children 15 Evening—Adults 50; Children 25 Including . War Taxes U-1| Surety bonds—A. W. Talklngtou Private money to loan at reduced rates. M. L. Ayers. 2-2t A $5.00 prize to the couple that looks the toughest at the White Bird "Har l Times Dance," December 9th. The VV. O. W. lodge will give an in citation social dance at the I O. O. F. I all ou Wedneaday evening, December For Sale—Ford car, 1919 tnodel, practically new, run less than 10,00t' miles ; price, $390 if taken at once Frank Reynolds, at the local postoffice Hub Wood, manager of the Wood Hardware Oo., has been under the weather for the past week and ha, lieen barely able to I« about hls busl ness. He is now Improving. K. J. Paul was out this week from Orogrande to attend to some business matters. He made a trip to White Bird n turning here Monday.. On Wednes .lay he left for hls home. For Rent—00 acres on river bottom near Stites. Close to school and church Plenty of wood, water and fruit. Jacob Stites, 1405 N 11, Boise, Idaho. 52-tf. 7th. oltv Sunday evening to give nerson al attention to his Orangeville office. \t the present Mr Reed is sufferine from a carbuncle which Is very ti easing m. « .. The Red Cross drive will close on December 5th. Membersh ,ts can .till lie secured at the Main Street garaeo * " Geo. M. Reed was an arrival In the Il All persons baring Red Cross monev j.hould hand same over to Walter Me I Adams. Next week, "The Old Nest.' : event in picturedom. A milestone In ! the history of the Lyric. A screen ; di-uma that really mirrors life. Next I Week. Next week, ''the Old Nest". Patrons 1 of the Lyric theatre who have been impatiently awaiting the coming of till» great picture can now get ready for an evening they will never forget, (let ready to laugh and cry. ! If the person who took the Edison I record, "I'll Take You Back Again. Kathleen," from the (Banville Drug store Tuesday ufteruoon, Nov. 20, will ' return suine at once no questions will ; be asked. The person is known, so j avoid trouble. (Banville Drug Co. Next week, "The Old Nest." All over the country this remarkuble picture Is creating a sensation. The message it coutaius is not intended for any partic ular type of man or woman, it is di j rected straight at the heart. Be sure and see it. Next Week. Mrs. J. L. Ecker und little daughter arrived here last week from Vancou ver, B. C., to joiii Mr. Ecker who hai been here for a number of weeks. They have rented the Mrs. Ada AdkiBou res idence just north of the old court house, where they are now installed. The civil service examination held at the local postoffice last Saturday was participated In by P. E. Ellis, P N. Huffman, Mrs. H. C. Oliver of Stites and Mrs. John Gregg of the ln * ton ' wa8 1,1 t,u * clty lu8t Saturday | t0 niakt> fl,la1 P rm,f on hls Salmon riv 1 er homestead. The homestead was or 1?lna, l- v taken t( y his brother, Lloyd I * llrf K who was killed three years i W,1< «reman or G. . Hall, and | prof '' 88< ' r V™? " p for the heirs < ^ rt '* Wa, J' , f ln ^ 1 | y «»^intendent of : who0ls at " hlt< * B,rd and Kam,ah and ! resided for a time in this city. He re turn(H , to hl8 holne Sunday m o rn »ng „ , , _ . 1 , Sp ^ ial ***** °' ® f '»e Grangevllle Savings A Trust Oo. raade a ,m8i,u ' 88 trip to Lewtaton T,,P8 Prairie under local secretary W. T i " Mlama. The examination was for the I M>t, tmastershlp at Stites. P. R. EUls 18 now a< ding P. M. ■ l*rof. J. W. Curtis of Fairfield. VVasl* day and returned with an order of *** ''° Urt t0 d,8burse another tpn I ipd very gratefully by the I ^ I nOW P® r cen ^ mark Whlch 18 R vpry KO<Kl 8howlnK for one year's operation. | - - - Community Meets in Annual Gather ing and Have Pleasant Time. COMMUNITY PARTY. ! is always looked forward to with much pleasure, is the "Community dinner," j held each year on Thunksgiving Day, I where tiie neighbors from Fenn and vicinity assemble at the Odd Fellows hall, each family bringing their •'eats" and consolidating with those of their One of the events of the year which neighbors, which goes toward making up a big feed second to none, which Is served by the liest looking women This year it was decided to make a| In Idaho. full day of it ; the chickens were left to rustle, tiie hogs to squeal and the cows uumilked in order to let joy he uncon fined. A program was rendered by the school children, talent on tiie outside from the young ladies and young men, an old-fashioned dance, and last but not least, a Teddy hoar contest between two of our leading citizens which was something unique and surpassed some of the moving pic ture stunts. Efforts are being made to have the latter repimted, hut most everyone desires to have the whole program included. * CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Let's Go! Go Where? To the Sunday school at the Christian Church next Sunday whether it rains or shines. That contest with N'ex Perce must be won. We want 150 at Sunday school next Sunday. Will you be with us' Young and old are welcome. The preaching aervices and young peoples societies as usual. Both Eudeavor socie ties are having contests and it is in teresting for all who atend. Morning sermon will he one the subject "The Baptizm of the Holy 8plrit." Hear this sermon. Evening sermon subject "Is Conscience a Safe Guide?" Don't forget the Sunde.v school at 10 o'clock and the contest. O. A. COOPER. Pastor. NOTICE. This is to notify my creditors that they may send checks to me or call at my residence to settle accounts. 2-tf. MRS. V. M. (î LAN VILLE. -o + + + + + + + CALIFORNIA DEHYDIATED GRADES For Grape Juice, lliese Dehydiated Grapes make a delightful, appetizing and healthful beverage. Get a pack age for your Xmas Dinner. One puckage makes 1 1-2 gallons of higii grade grape juice. DOC DENNY, Distributer, Graugeville, Idaho + + + + * + ♦ + ♦ 4 + ♦ «. ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ * + + + + + ♦ ♦ * + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF I'EKSONAL PROPERTY. Fir at National Bank of Graugeville, Idaho,, Mortgagee, vs. Dick R. Has kiu and Ruth llaskiu, his wife, Mort gagors. Notice is hereby given that, uuder and by virtue of a certain chattel mort gage, made and executed by Dick U. Haskin and Ruth Haskin, his wife, as u , m . tgMg , )l . Mi to the First Natioual Bank uf tBangeville, Idaho, as mortgagee, dated M 0 vemi>er 13, 1919, and a fur, ther mortgage as a renewal of the iu dehtedness therein secured executed by the said Dick Haskin and Ruth Haskin „„ wift , to tlu , First National Bank of graugeville, mortgagee, dated Nov ember 29th, 1920, each filed in the of fice of the Recorder of Idaho County. Idaho ; aud by virtue of an affidavit made by A. N. Dyer, as Vive President aud in behalf of the said mortgagee, and from which it appears that there jn now due upon the said mortgages aum of $5823.70, and which affi Ua * lt 8ttth ' 8 nam ' >M of the partles an( ] the description of the property " 0rtgagrt WH8 t0 me delivered by virtue of a notice to me delivered signed by the said Bank and by its said Vice President and Its attorney. A. S. Hardy, requiring me to take said . , mortgaged property into my possession and sell it in accordance with law ; I have levied on the following descrilied jMirsonal property mentioned in the said mortgage, to-wlt: One iron gray mare, 4 years old; 1 J year old Iron gray gelding; 1 9 year > Id black mare ; 1 9 year old black mar ■ one 3 year old gelding, gray; two 10 y oar old white mares: one 4 year old roan niare; two 6 year old Iron gray '«area; one 6 year old black gelding; one 0 year old gray mare. One black cow and one red calf; ,,ne roan bull ; one roan cow and one '-''bite calf branded R with bar under neath on left hip, ear-marked with crop 11 r *8bt ear: one red and white calf. one black and white heifer, 2 years old; one white face cow and one calf: one red cow and one red calf: one Jer sey cow. Seventy-six head of aheep; 15 head of hogs; 3 sets butt chain lead har ness ; 1 set butt chain breeching har ness; 1 set buggy harness; 2 sets long tug plow harness; 12 horse collars; 1 <'anton 3-bottom plow; 1 McCormick combine harvester; 1 Case 3-bottom gang plow; 1 Case 2-bottom gang plow; 1 14-inch walking plow ;2 3% inch Mitchell wagons; 1 light 3>4-inch wagon ; 1 hay rack ; 1 3-section steel harrow, drag; 1 double disc harrow: 1 9-foot Monitor gratn drill; 1 top buggy ; 2 breaking plows ; 2 oil bar icls; 1 cream separator and tools: 1 1 5-foot grain rack; 3 sets four hors? Shipment of U. S.^ Govern ment Surplus Clothing SURPLUS CLOTHING. Has just arrived. Get your share of these Bargains while they last. U. S. all wool reclaimed pants with laced legs at $2.50 and $2.75 $1.501 U. S. all wool reclaimed coats, sizes 36 and 38 only,_ U. S all wool reclaimed overcoats - U. S. all wool Blankets 7.75 $4.50-$5.35§ .$ 1.001 -$1.45 ! _$1.85 „.$ 1.00 at U. S fine cashimere socks 3 pair for_ U. S. all wool undershirts and drawers, price per garaient — U. S Sweaters all wool without U. S. Wrap Leggins per pair__ U. S. Barrack Bags, make excellent laundry bags- L m IT d; .95 mxæEBMMIBWfT-' . 8 n CTO . ■ ^ ALUE off ■ A checking account is the first step toward es tablishing credit with a bank. And credit today is a real asset. Yet it is what you make it. The right credit at the right time at the right bank may be worth more to you than a batch of letters presented by you as a stranger. We seek the accounts of business men, stock men and farmers—men who will come to us for advice and who will want the friendship of a strong bank when credit is needed. This bank will be glad to meet you and serve you. It is a pleasure as well as good business to have you grow with us. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Member Federal Reserve P, double trees; about (i or 7 tons of hay in Barn nnd about 3 tons hay in stack, Also 385 sacks Early Bart wheat, Bored in the Farmers' Union Ware house, so-called, at Cottonwood, Idaho, lming in special pile marked "D. R. Haskin." Also 25 sacks Forty-fold wheat, also stored in said Farmers' Union Ware house In special pile, marked "D. K Haskin," being 49,530 pounds and 2, *55 pounds, respectively. Also 125 sacks of. wheat. also stored in said Farmers' Union Warehouse in special pile, "P. R. Haskin." being_ Notice is hereby given that, on De i ember 6th. 1021, nt the hour of 1« o'clock a. m., of said day, at the old Seth Jones ranch, sooalled, about 6 miles northwesterly from Orangeville, Idaho, I will sell all the foregoing per sonal property except the said wheat in said Cottonwoorl warehouse and marked pounds. Christmas Gifts Gifts That Last Holiday Times are ap proaching rapidly. It is a good idea to buy your gifts early. I^e make this suggestion because this month will be a busy cne for you and you will no doubt appreciate our sug gestion to buy Jewelry— The GIFTS THAT LAST —while you have the time nnd our stock is complete. fee & 3$ N i .jSSSC'-« ■71 \ \ £ & z A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL RESERVE THE GIFTS THAT LAST FOR YOU. aproCAYTt* Thomas Thompson J eweler-Optometrist Opposite Bank of Camas Prairie Graugeville, Idaho IO the Canton 3-lK>ttom gang plow, and that I will sell the said wheat in said Cottonwood warehouse aud the said Canton 3-bottom gang plow at the Farmers' Union Warehouse at Cotton wood, Idaho, on December 7th, 1921. at 10 o'clock a. m., all to the highest bidder for cash, as provided by law. Dated November 30th, 1021. J. G. EIMERS. ShorifT. Bv H. ROTHWELL, Deputy. 2-lt DOC S LUNCH. We cut the living costs of Grange ville and we still hold down the prices. You cau get a good Meal for .30c Big bowl of Beans_ Big bowl of chili_ Poe's Mexican Tamales Best cup of coffee in the city for a nlckle. .15c . 16 c 15c DOC S LUNCH.