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APPRECIATED $ $ In estimating the size and the nature of the bosi- sp ness of this Bank u good many small Depositors may feel we do not appreciate their business. This is not jjp the case. We welcome the small account as well as jfP the large, and always try to render the same service ip and advice to the small depositor as to the larger one. » ; J? MF |THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Under United States Government Supervision. bbhk» & ^ □ \ ■ This is Christmas time—when you'r friends are thinking of you wishing you all kinds of blessings—the liest of life's joys and happiness. In making your selections we wish to ("all your attention to the many things we have in stock that would make ideal gifts, such as Stationery Pyralln Ivory Manicure Sets Ansco Cameras Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens. Xiuas Cards and Booklets Fancy Box Candy Mandel Phonographs that play all makes of records. And many things that Sauta Clauswould look for. ■ Lamm Drug Co. ■ Real Estate at i • * < • + • • 4 Auction î ! « » 4 4 4 4 •• •• < • <• 4 On 4 Î 4 4 « 4 ! « » Saturday, Dec. 24 4 4 4 4 ' 4 War Revere Hotel, Grangeville, Idaho. 4 Lots, 2, 3, 14 and 15. Lot 4 with garage. Lot 5, Y. M. C. A. building. Warehouse on Lot 11—to be sold separate from lot Lo* and 5-roomed cottage—with vtater, lights, and toilet. Lot 6 with stone building. 80 acres— NE Vi SE'4, NW* SWV4 Sec. 14, Tp. 31 R. 3 E. T ! % 4 4 < ■ * * TERMS:—20 per cent cash; balance—city property, k-'O.OO per month a 5 per cent; other real estate terms mule known on date of sale. I 4 ! t 4 Mrs. B. F. Wells 4 4 ï 4 < • 4 4 Owner 4 t i > 4 V. H. JOHNSON. t 4 L. M. HARRIS, Clerk. 4 ? 4 Auctioneer. 4 Î i ♦ 4 ♦ : !-444444444444+4444«444+444444444444<I>4444*+44+4444v4++4444+444++44+4444444444444 Fire Insurance—A. W. Talklngton. j See T, E, Qulnlln at the Globe off tv tor fire Insurance,. Private money to loan on farm land first mortgage. Call at this office. 2-21. 1 Wanted to Ltuy a work team and harness, als<> fresh row. I'bone 363. 4-1 Electric light globes at the Wood Hardware Oo. Pyralln ivory and manicure sets— 1 •I lieautlful line. I4imm Drug Co. 8-2t. Xmu la the time to improve jour home. Do It ELECTBICALLY. S-2t Orangeville Junk Company hMea and furs. stationery for Xmas gifts—a box j •o suit every purse. T.amm Drug Co.3-2 The gift that will be really appre elated is the electrical gift. Orangeville Junk Company buys M les and fura. Just say it with a box of Ijimma holiday stationery. Surety t>onda—A. W. Talklngton Stop at the Electrical shop and aee our display of useful gifts. Latest things In Parisian Ivory Glanrllle Drug Co. ouys I 8-2t 8-2t. 8-2t Orangeville Junk Company ouys hides and furs. For Sale-Forty head of bred ewes. Cull Pacific phone 691 or address P. O. Ih.x 912. A complete assortment of Xmas «cals, cards and liookleta at the Lamm 8-2t. .Try a sack of Gold Standard flour, manufactured by the Nea Perce Roller i Mills. For sale by all dealers. f-tf. Drug Co. 61-tf When you read In bed use the fold ing Wallace lamp obtainable at the 8-2t 1 An Eastman Kodak makes a desir able gift. Glanville Drug Oo. ; Electric Light Office. This Christmas give her what she really wants and needs, an electric sewing machine. No credit will be extended persons ï »lng unsettled accounts after January Is!. 1922. F. W. Miller, harness, saddles end shoe repairing. Mann Brothers A Kelsey orchestra at Pre-Holiday Ball at Dreamland Hall next Wednesday evening, December 21. Orangeville Junk Company buys aides and furs. Will there be a Vlctrola In your home Christmas? Glanville Drug Oo. Pre-Holiday Ball. Next - Wednesday night. Dreamland Hall. Mann Brothers A Kelsey. 8-2t Mt •4 *♦♦•>+♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* ■ 9 ■ ■ ■ ■ g ® 9 I An Ideal Christmas Store ■ This is of all places the ideal Christmas Store Its diversified lines of meritor ious merchandise cover many requirements of the gift buyer selecting an individual gift or choosing for many. We have well selected stock of Dress Goods, Silks, Lad ies, Misses and Children's Cloaks, Gossard Corsets, Brassiere, Waists, Underwear. Cotton, Silk and Wool Hosiery, Table Linens, Ladies Purses, Fancy Collars and Cuffs, Fancy Goods and Notions. ■ ■ ■ Men's Suits and Overcoats. Sweaters, Shirts, Hosiery and Underwear. A beautiful line of tieB. Boys' Clothing, Shirts and Sweaters. Ladies', men's, and childrens' Shoes and Slip pers. v ■ Table Silverware, Cutglass, Cooking Utensils, Cut dery Queensware, Shelf Hard ware. Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fruits, Nuts and Candy. Telephone and Mail orders given our prompt and careful attention. ■ / ARC [ST HtCAUSC BIST ! C. n LTD 1 A gift for the whole family—an Bdl ; son phonograph. Glanville Drug Oo. The Baptist Ladies will hold a sale of fancy articles and serve lunch from 11 o'clock on Saturday, December 17, ui Wilson's second hand store. If you enjoy good music, whetuer you dance or not, attend the Pre-Holi day ltall at Dreamland Hall next Wed nesday evening, December 21. Music by the famous Mann Brothers A Kelsey orchestra of Lewiston. 3-2t. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN DER A WRIT OF EXECUTION. In the Probate Court of Idaho Couu ty, State of Idaho. B. B. Scott, Plaintiff, va. Jamea Sm'th, - Defeudant. j Under and by virtue of a Writ of ■ Execution, Issued out of the Probate ! Court of Idaho County, State of Ida- ; ho, on the 14th day of December, 1921. in the above entitled action wherein B. B. Scott, the above named plaintiff, | obtained judgment against James Smith, the above named defendant, on the 24tb day of February, 1921, for the sum of $437.90, principal, and the fur- ! tlier sum of fifty-ceuts accruing costs, lawful money of the United States, with interest at the legal rate thereon from -date of judgment. 1 have levied upon those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being In said Idaho County, Idaho, being all the right, title, claim and Interest of James Smith, in and to the real estate described as follows, to-wit: ï I ; Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter, flic nortbalf of the southwest quarter, the uorthhalf of the southwest the southwest quarter of section 9 township 29 North, Range 8, East ol the Boise Meridian. I will on Saturday, the 7th day of January, 1922, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock A. M. of said day, in front of the court house door, In the city of Grangeville, Idaho County, Idaho, in oliedlence to said Writ of Execution, sell the above described real estate or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, together with interest and costs, to the highest and j liest bidder for lawful money of he : United States. Dated December 15th, 1921. J. <}. EIMERS, Sheriff By H. ROTHWELL, Deputy. D. 15-J. 5 î SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Ida ho, In and for the County of Idaho. Alois L. Bogner, Plaintiff, vs. Otto H. Nissen, Lillie D. Nissen, and the Un. known Owners and Unknown Claim vjvA w jv jw> ! Names Wanted for Christmas Cheer Names are desired of persona in Grangeville who are shut-ins and who are unable to leave their homes, s. that Christmas Cheer may be given them. Those knowing of such persons are nspiested to eall I'aetfle Phone Farmers 41. CHRI8TAIN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY Christian Church ■\\WVWLWLV ants of Lots 1, 2, 3, SW 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 2, Twp. 29 N. R. 2 W. B. M., Defendants. The Slate of Idaho sends Greetings to the alaive named defendants. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Tenth Judic ial 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 20 days of the service of this summons, If served within said judicial district, and with in 40 days If served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unless - V,IU so appear and answer said com I'iaint within the time herein specified t * le plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said oom ; Plaint. I The object of said action Is to decree ï The Gift of Gifts There is no better gift for the ambitious boy or girl than the gift of saving. Saving is largely a matter of getting started right. A dollar or more deposited in this bank will start a savings account for your boy ifirl or some young friend and the pass-book with its first entry will make a big hit on Christmas morning. Tn after years your gift will have repaid itself thousandfold or a 4 Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year. Î ! 4 X Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 J L nder both State and Government Supervision. ♦4hMhMoM"»4->»44444444444444444»4444'M'»44444-M»I»M»M"> > «>»* 4 Christmas Gifts Gifts That Last JEWELRY, like no othei gift, seems to bear the magic touch of an in vis ible spirit—breathes char acter and forever speaks of the giver's good will You will find our selec tion of gifts of Jewelry of fers an unusally wide as sortment to select from. No matter how little how much you pay, you are always sure that what you buy here will endure for years and years. ^1 [v ■y Mr ft s or Thomas Thompson J eweler-Optometrist Opposite Bank of Camas Prairie Grangeville, Idaho •O a certain deed to the premises above described, recorded In Book 45 of Deeds at page 521 of the records of said county an equitable mortgage placed in escrow to secure the payment of the sum of $500.00 and Interest, at torney's fees and costs, and which said escrow deed was recorded by mis take and to foreclose snch equitable mortgage. Witness m.v hand and seat of said district court, this 29th day of November, 1921. (Seal) HENRY TELOHER, Clerk. By HAROLD HARRIS, Deputy. C. H. Nugent, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and P. O. Address, Cralg Dec. 15-Jan. 19 mont, Idaho. FOR RENT. I Furnished downstairs apartment. Phone Mrs. Sam Flynn. 8-tf.