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LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF
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Catholic Church Services—Regular
church services will be held at the
Catholic church at the nniial hour.
R^oekahs to Meet - The local Rebckah
lodge will meet next Tuesday night for
election ami installation of officers. Re
freshments will be served.
Flag at Half Mast—The county flag
was at half innst in Orangeville Tues
day, out of respect to the late Col.
Theodore Roosevelt.
WANTED—Beef, pork, chickens and
vegetables. Inquire Imperial hotel,
Orangeville.
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Takes Office Suite—Dr. B. Chipinan,
who arrived in Orangeville ten days ago,
will establish Ids office in the suite
formerly occupied by Dr. Slusser, in the
A. & P. block.
Federated Church services—There
will be preaching service at the Federat
ed church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
The Sunday school literature will he
given to those who come for it at tea
o 'dock.
Proud of Sou Israel Harris recently
brought to the Free Press office a large
photograph of Ids sou, Jacob B. Harris,
who was discharged from the army, and
now at Kennewick, Wn. Mr. Harris
was justly proud of his soldier sou.
Imperial Grill to Open The grill at j
Iho Imperial hotel will open Sunday j
morning, after having been closed for
almost two months. The dining room
has been redecorated'and other changes
have been made.
Imperul grill will open Sunday morir
ing. We want your patronage.
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Stores Close—Business houses m
(irongeville were closed or two hours
Wednesday afternoon, in tribute to the
memory of Theodore Roosevelt, whose
funeral was held at that time. The
.-losing order was promulgated by Mayor
Edmondson.
Will Remove to Town—B. A. Middle
koop, who recently sold bis ranch just
north of Orangeville to George Stephens,
will remove to town shortly,
dlekcop will hojd a closing out sale at
the ranch on January Id. He has not
decided on future plans, but is of the
opinion that he will rest for a year.
FOR RENT—Furnished house. En
quire at. this office.
MiGaffeo Discharged—Clark MeOaf
.Mr. Mid
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fee was given a hearing in the probate
court Wednesday on a charge of grand
dence wa. ranting holding the defendant
to the district court for trial.
it was alleged he had stolen
larceny.
a calf, the property of Sweet & Burns.
After a full hearing the case was dis
missed on the ground of Insufficient evi
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Among th e Wounded—In enumerating j
last week, names of members of Com f
puny K. who were wounded in action, ;
the name of Cecil Humphries, of Cotton
wootl was inadvertently omitted. He
was wounded in action. It is possible
that other names of wounded have been
overlooked, us no complete list is avail
able. It is only possible to gather the
names from the smattering of informa
tion to be procured from
incomplet-- 1
casualty lists and letters (rom the frort
God Auction Salfr -I, E. Zuvor was
at Cottonwood Wednesday, to cry the
sale of the Jesse McKinley estate, at
the ranch tw
miles east of Cotton
wood. Mr. Zuv or said the sale, which
was the first of the new year on Camas;
I'rairio, was very successful, high prices
being realized.
Of a group of four
work horses that were sold, the lowest
price realized was $157 and the highest
Hay
Hogs and sheep sold well,
sold for $34.50 u ton.
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At the Christian Church—Regular ser
vices next Sunday as follows: Bible
school at II a. m. The adult classes
will make an adult bible school. Classes
of the school age will not meet next
Sunday, but will meet the following!
Sunday, Jan. 19. Preaching and praise
service at the usual hour. The sermon
theme will be "A Sacred Trust." No
Christian Endeavor service in the even
Praise service and preaching at
The theme of the sermon
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7:30.
"Christ in the Heart."
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Joe Enger is able to be about, after
having suffered for a week from i
Lee Griffith of Whitebird was a busi
ness visitor in Orangeville Monday.
in
fluenza.
C. J. ami Oscar Heartburg, brothers,
in Orangeville Wednesday from
the Fenn section.
Jacob Briscoe has
studies at, the staff, university aft
spending the holidays at his horn« hem.
J; M. Richmond has returned from
Seattle, where he visited Iris daughter.
Mrs. Eli Ingram.
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G D. Staabery, well known Winona
neber. wan a business vis,(or in
Granyoville this week,
were
returned tu his
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M. Ecker, clerk iu the local post j
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| office, has recovered from ten days' ili
ness of influenza.
A. R. Wiley has recovered from a
ere nttaek of Spanish influenza, and
is again able to be about the city.
Harry Howard, w^jo has been iu the
army at Camp Lewis, has received his.
final discharge, and has returned to his
home here.
George Behean, prominent Salmon
river stockman, was a visitor in the
city (his week from his home at White
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( Dr. W. U, Law has arrived from
I Vollmer and will be located temporarily
! at the Imperial hotel. Dr. Law is a!
chiropractor,
.1. Loyal Adkisou was 1» Orangeville
Saturday ou his way to Whiteblrd from j
Lewiston.
Mr. Adkison had been in j
Lewiston visiting his family.
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Miss Hazel Calhoun was m Grange-i
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severe attack ot Spanish influenza.
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Forest Supervisor Fullaway an
Deputy St ,11 I visor Jefferson have n
turned home from Whitebird, whei
they spent a week on official business.
Charles Dunham prominent Salmon
river sheepman, was in Grange vide Sal
unlay from his home at Whitebird,
transacting business,
Bert Bemis has arrived from Spokam
to accept a position with the F. W. Mil
ler Manufacturing company. M . Bern
mis previously had been employed by
Mr. Miller.
R. J. Gill, .8111111011 river stc-kumi*.
was in Orangeville this week Mr.
Oill has recovered from an attack, of in
fluenza, which kept him from his work
for some time.
Grafton Johnson was in Orangeville
the first of the Week rom Lewiston. -Mr.
.Inliiiso ij formerly resided in Orangeville,
but now is employed in a law o'fice iu
Lewiston.
Miss Norma Cowgill and her college
chum, Mrs. Frieda Augustine departed
Sunday for the University of Idaho at
Moscow after a holiday visit wi'h Miss
Cowgill 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
Cowgill, who reside west of Orangeville.
Dave Vates and A. C. Higgins, pros
perous ranchers o the Winona country,
Mr.
were in Orangeville Wednesday.
Vllt( . s fox huntin|t is pro y ding a
popular sport in the Winona country.
Last Sunday a number of men and dogs
were on a chase, but failed to capture a
fox. They will renew the chaso next
Sunday. Mr. Higgins a few weeks ago
a fox in gtepl tra(> .
George Watkins, who was iu Orange
ville Saturday from Mount Idaho, said
Ins sou, Charles Watkins, had returned
homo from Camp Estes, Va., where he
has been stationed with the U. S. heavy
The young man was equipped
artillery.
with overseas clothing when the armis
tin- vvns signed, and was much disn]
pointed when orders came not to depar .
William Droogs, step-son of Mr. Wat
il|s> wag Hl0 armv aml i 08t hia u,-,
w j uill ,] 1(> transport Tuseania was tor
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS,
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When you are troubled with indiges
j t ion and constipation, take Chamber
; lain 's Tablets. They strengthen the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Indigestion i
(usually accompanied by constipation and
j is aggravated by it. Chamberlain 's Tab
j lets
canse a gentle movement of the
j bowels, relieving the constipated condi
j tion.
W,
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By some mistake the names of M
and Mrs. Owen Zehner were enitt
from the Christmas Red Cross Roll ca 11
list from Fenn.
FEJIN ITEMS
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Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weber, wh
[have been quite ill, are now recoverir
Mrs. II. .1. Von Bargen, who 1ms bec
ill with pneumonia, is much better.
Miss Minnie Wiasmund. who wn>
I visiting her sister. Mrs. Twyw ui. has
departed for Lewiston.
1 Mr. aud Mrs. Julius Von Bargen have
1 .ione to Oklahoma for a short visit.
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ESTRAYED—Prom mounains, re*
. yearling heifer; small bell about ueck
land aluminum tag in right ear. Aim
(bull calf ©strayed: 'agin right r Re
ward for recovery.
Orangeville.'
M. G.
Bumbo,
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QUICK CURE FOR CROUP.
Wat , h for thp fir8t 8Vmptoni< Wr90
Hm , |yp Chamberlain's Cough
RECEPTION FOR SOLDIER.
The people of Riggins recently gave i:
reception for William Francisco, a. sol
dier returned from overseas service.
Details .of the reception were received
too late for publication this week, but
will be printed in the next issue.
Remedy at onee. It ia prompt and ©f
feetn»!.
D |v JMFfjflMFNT IS
LEGISLATURE
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SENATE CONCURS IN HOUSE
RESOLUTION TO STOP
MANUFACTURE
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President Pro Tern Excused from Vot
ing, Becaur.i He Doubts
Legality of Measure.
Idaho through the actum of the state
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senate Wednesday r Pitied the amend
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to prohibit forever th< manufacture and
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sale of intoxicating liquors in the Umt
ed .States.
The senate concurred with the Louse
when it passed by uniuimous vote house
joint resolution No. J, introduced and
championed by Mrs. Emma Drake of
Payette county, one of the women mem
bers of the lower house.
The vote was unanimous for the reso
lution, there being 38 ayes. Senator
Whitcomb, president pro tern of the
senate, was excused from voting. The
resolution came up under suspension of
the rules and a roll call was taken
placing a record vote in the journal.
Senator Whitcomb explained that he did
not desire to vote for the resolution
beause that as a lawyer, and because
of his legal training, he did not believe
that an amendment of the constitution
was the right way to reach and elimi
nate the evil sought.
FREIGHTING FROM ORANGEVILLE
Salmon River Stores Company Hauls
Prom Here to Whitebird.
The Salmon River Stores company of
Whitebird now is hauling its freight
overland from Orangeville to Whitebird.
For several years the* company has
freighted from Fenn. Tho Interior
warehouse in Orangeville is used for
storage of incoming freight for tho
Salmon River stores, and one freighter
is regularly kept on tho road, with ad
ditional freight«"-* ns the occasion de
mands.
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LUCILB ITEMS
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Mrs. C. J. Hall and daughter and
Mi». Anna Alkire left Wednesday for
Lewiston to spend the winter.
John Johnson was a Lucile visitor
Wednesday from the Hall ranch.
H. M. King has been putting up ice
•be last week. The river is frozen over
ut Butcher's crossing and the residents
have taken advantage of the ice bridge
and crossed their stock on it.
were
town Sunday.
Bailey Rice and family moved to the
Sewell ranch Saturday.
E, W. Butcher and daughters, Misses
Mahle and Florence, were in town Fri
day.
Dr, W. F. Pogue and Tom Martin
Were Lncile visitors Saturday from Fid
dle creek.
Harry Southard was a visitor at the
Butcher home Friday.
! A. D. Sewell has completed a new row
boat t<> be used in crossing the river at
Lucile.
Roe Baker and James Jester were
Lucile visitors Tuesday from their
homes on Cow creek.
Sunday,
The largest run of slush ice that has
been seen for years was on the rver
GOVERNOR S MESSAGE
(Continued rom page 3)
meats, the heads of which, bo far as the
constitution permits, shall be directly
responsible to the governor. The func
tions of every offi. -er, bureau, board or
commission in the state should bo as
signed to one of these departments. The
departments should be subdivided where
necessary into bureaus, the heads of
which and the subordinates under them
being selected with a view of their ex
pert fitness and qualifications for their
respective positions.
GOVERNOR'S CABINET.
I further proposa that th© heads of
the sevoial departments including tho
constitutional elective officers, shall
constitute a governor's cabinet or coun
cil, thereby furnishing a vehicle through
which all the departments of the state
government can be co-ordinated and
correlated in their fonctions.
(Concluded next week)
Rolled barley for solo. Will deliver.
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Denver Flour Mills, Fonu, Ida.
Fre«> Press prints butter wrappers.
A Few Attractive Specials
$3.4-5
$2.95
$2.25
$5.95
$4.95
$3.95
$ .35
$ .25
About forty pairs of Men's $5 Gnu Metal Dress Shoes,
For only .*.
One lot of Ladies' Gun Metal and Vici Kid Shoes in
small sizes—2Vs> to l 1 /*?- These values would be
worth $5 and $6 at today's market. Only.
One Jot of broken sizes in Children's and Misses'
Shoes,, worth $2.50 and $3.50, odd.sizes. Only...
Fine $8 Wool Plaid Blankets; beautiful pattern
For only .•.
Men's regular $7.50 Mackinaw Coats
At
Men's fine $6 Gauntlet Gloves
Only.
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Men's Heavy Cotton Ribbed Shirts and Drawers
Odd sizes.
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Ten pieces 35c colored Outing Flannel for
Per yard, only.
BIG REDUCTION ON BOYS' OVERCOATS
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SCHOOL NOTES
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Emery Briscoe who was a member of
the S. T. C. at Moscow, having been
honorably discharged, has again been
enrolled in the high school.
For the first time in the history of
the Orangeville high school school was
held on New Year's day.
Report cards were given out the first
of the week both iu the grades and high
school.
Jacob Briscoe, Norma and Dewey
Cowgill, former high shool pupils wore
visitors at high school last Pirday af
ternoon. ■
The seniors have held several meet
ings in order to select their class rings.
Miss' Helen Reed of Cottonwood has
b'en enrolled ss a sonhomare in high
school.
The pupils hn> e entered into their
"•jrk with a great dea? of enthusiasm.
si te of the fait that they are re
quired to do more Dsn the usual hour of
heme study.
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hanuum, having
disposed of the Switchback station, have
removed to Clearwater for the remain
der of the winter. John Mayfield is
now proprietor of the Switchback.
Alfred Sedgeworth has traded his
property here for property in Asotin,
Wn., and is removing with his family
to the now home. Alvie Russell is mov
ing iido th Sedgeworth residence hero.
Miss Olive Buchanan, school teacher
here, whle riding on skiis Sunday, fell
and sprained her ankle so badly it
necessary for her to have her pupils
come to her residonde for instruction.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westenhiser of
Fairvicw are visiting friends here this
week.
Mr. and Mrs, W; L. Brown have re
turned home from Tahoe, where they
were visiting with Mrs. Brown's par
ents.
The Rebeknhs gave a surprise sup
per to the Odd Fellows Saturday night.
After supper music and readings
enjoyed.
was
were
GEO. M. REID
GKO. M. REED writes fire insurance
sells real estate
GEO. M. REED rents houses
GEO. M. REED loans money
GEO. M. REED sells life in
surance.
WHO does all this?
GEO. M. REED.
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The Mutual Creamery Company has a
larger sale of dairy products in the
Northwest than any other creamery.
Send ns your cream.
Mutual Creamery Company,
Lewiston, Idaho.
If you wish to buy or sell a farm,
loan or borrow money or insure your
property, just see M. L. Ayers.
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FOR SALE—Slab wood, at sawmill
four miles south of Mount Idaco. For
particulars call phone 38, Orangeville,
Idaho.
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FOR SALK-—Two registered bulls;
one 3-year-obl roan Shorthorn; one 2
yearold Shorthorn. M O. Rambo,
Orangeville, Idaho. 3*df,
I COMING TO THE LYRIC
Tuesday, January 14, Marguerite
Clark in "Rich Man Poor Man" Wed
nesday and Thursday Jan. 15, 16, Her
bert Rawlinson in "The Man Trap.
Friday and Saturday Jan. 17, 18. Claire
Anderson in "Mile Paulette."
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SALE—Registered Shorthorn
bulls and registered big bone Poland
China boars. Joseph McDonald, Fenn,
Ida.
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BULLS—For service. Enquire M.
O. Rambo, Orangeville.
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the par*
nership heretofore doing business under
the firm name and style of Arnold &
Hunter, is hereby disolved by mutual
consent, W. 8. Hunter retiring. The
business will be continued by Chester
Arnold to whom all accounts owing
the firm are payable, and who assumes
the segregated liabilities.
Dated at Orangeville, Idaho, January
:4th, 1919.*
CHESTER ARNOLD,
WJ. S. HUNTER.
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The Mtryiajid Casualty Company
will insure your employees under the
Idaho Compensation Act. Sou Herv
Roth well.
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Statement of the Condition of the
BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE
ORANGEVILLE, IDAHO
December 31, 191S
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RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
$ 50,000.00 *
] J Loans and Discounts . .$560,840.41
<• Warrants .....
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ture and Fixtures .. 10,000.00
* J U. S. Bonds, Treasury
Certificates and War
Savings Stamps .... 72,696.00
IJ CASH and Duo From
Banks ....
Ca))ital Stock
Surplus (Earned) .... 50,000.00 J
369.83
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Undivided Profits ..
DEPOSITS .
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$870,470.78
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Real Estate Bargains
200-ACRE BARGAIN
160 acres in cultivation, 5-room house, good barn
and other buildings, fenced and cross fenced into four
fields, HOG TIGHT; many springs, well and creek.
EASY TERMS, ten years' time. Good opportunity.
Fred Rothlisberg land.
200 ACRES
Hattabaugh land, north of Orangeville for sale.
160 ACRES
One-sixth mile north of city limit. Otto Rothlis
berg land, a snap; part dash and bal mce terms. This
land is too well known.to need furiher discription.
GEO. M. REED, Exclusive Agt.
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Physician & Surgeon $
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AMATEUR
PHOTOGRAPHERS
We develop your films and
make prints
A. F. TURNER
Orangeville, Idaho
Leave Wtork at Glanville's
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-> W. O. LAW, CHIROPRACTOR «
<$Of Vollmer, Idaho will be hero $
■®> one wrek only beginning Janu- Q>
♦ ary 11. Office Imperial Hotel, <J>
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Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m. $
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and Sunday afternoon
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OOUINai COMING!
FEBRUARY 3 AND 4
OB. B. A. SCHILLING
• Optometrist
Eyesight Specialist
GLASSES FITTED

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