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Whitcbird,
Orangeville this week.
wa» a business visitor in
\V. K. •Johnston, who resides west of
Grangeville
j>aid a pleasant eali to
Orangevile, was a visitor in
I lust wAk and
the free Press office.
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i *'■»• Ua liana Johnson, mother of
Grafton Johnson; Mrs. Nancy King, a
j sister of Mrs. Johnson, and Charles M.
King, hot son, all of Clarkaton, are to<
! arrive soon to make their home here.
w . L . Wakeley of Harpster was in
' OrangeviUe Tuesday. Mr. Wakeley de
clarcd the mining outl( , ok aloüg fhü
8outh Fork u btToming more 1 )romisill g.
Recently ore which runs a good percen
tage of lead was uncovered.
, James Surridge, pioneer resident of
i Jdaho county, was transacting business
j in Grangville this week. He left Wed
| nesday for liis home at Harpster.
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j residing north of Fenn, and family were
J. K. JVitborqw, prominent rancher
Î business visitors in Orangeville this
j week. Air. Witherow was a pleasant
î caller at the Free Press office.
Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Johnson have
returned to Orangeville from Lewiston,
where they had resided since September,
'and will make their home hero. Mr.
Johnson has resumed bis position with
the F. VV.
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Miller Manufacturing com
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Mrs. Fen Batty returned to Grange
ville Tuesday evening from Portland,
whore she left Mr. Batty mach improv
ed in health. He had been in -i hospital
at The Dalles, but was sufficiently re
covered that he was able to go to Port
land to transact business, and
hopes to
i soon come to Orangeville.
) in Orangeville Tuesday and departed
Russell Ball of the Fisher placers was
Wednesday morning for a week's trip
to Portland and Walla Walla. Mr. Ball
has been spending the winter at Hie
mines, making arrangennvnts prepara
tory to the opening of the mining sea
son. .
Virgil James, who is in the IT. S. navy,
was hero this week for a visit with his
mother, and with his sister, Mrs. T. A.
Bayless. -Mr. James hah been on
battleship Texas, in the Atlantic fleet,
and has made a number of trips across
the Atlantic while the Te.^as was a
member of troop convoys. Mr. James
was on furlough.
Supervisor Fnllnway and Deputy Sup-1
of the Nezpeyec
ervisor Jefferson
National forest, were in Spokane this]
week attending
ervisors of northern Idaho and Mon
meeting of forest sup
The meeting was called for the
purpose of devising a practical work
ing plan to combat the annual fire men-j
ace to the forest a
tana.
Walter H. laquons, well-nown Boles
rancher, who was in Grangeville this
week, said stockmen are experiencing a 1
mild winter in the Boles country. Loss
of livestock is slight. Le^s than 1 per
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cent of cattle has been lost by sliding
during the winter, Mr-. Lemons remark
ed.
Arthur Arp, a well-known young
rancher of the Winona section, was in
Grangeville Monday, and was n caller
at the Free Pre§s office. Mr. Arp said
his section of the country was suffering
from lack of moisture. Streams are drv
and wells at some places are going drv,
because of insufficient water in the
ground. <
William Muiidt. former deputy,
sheriff, hut now is in the U. S. array,
was in Grangeville Saturday. Mr.
Mnndt, who is in the infantry hud is
Rationed at ('«nip Alexander, Va., was
bo'i e 011 a 20 diiv furlnuvli. and si nt
ranch of the time visiting 1 rs parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mnndt. at Winona.!
He departed Monday for the east to
rejoin his company.
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS.
VVTieu you are troubled with indiges
tien and constipation, take Chamber
rin's Tablets. They strengthen the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Indigestion is
usually accompanied by constipation and
is aggravated by it. Chamberlain's Tab
lets cause a gent'e movement of the
bowels, relieving the constipated eomli
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LUCILE ITEMS
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W. A. Sewell left for Grangeville
Sunday to attend the meeting of the
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commissioners to awrenr in regard to re
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building the bridge -o this place.
Word was received here Monday that
William Neil of Riggins, who has been
qnitç ill with influenza, but who was
recovering, had suffered a relapse.
Henry Elfers left Sunday for Graugts
ville to spend a few days,
Revillo .Tohns-ton was a stag-e passen
* r Grangeville Sunday.
^trs. Arrinda Sewell, who
vas quite
at her home at Cow creek, is report
recovering.
Airs. Anna Botches end Mrs. Della
Sewell and son spent Sunday with Mrs.
Bailey Riee. at the Sewell ranch on Gow
crppk
George Gam mack was
Tuesday.
Lucile visitor
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Trapping is quite the rage in the
Lucile Koctiou.
Harry IJplpi has caught
coyotes; Bailey Rice, three coyotes ;
Clay Davia, two coyote»; William Gib
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William Desmond in "An Honest!
1 ^ al1, ^ Romancer settles u|>
down and "A Clever Dummy,"
! ston( ' Comedy," Sunday, .January 19.
Mae Marsh in "The Beloved Trait
The story of the girl who whipped
the vampire, also "Fatty" (Koscoe)
Arbuckle iu "Oh Doctor," Tuesday
Jan. 21.
Carmel Meyers in ' ' The Lash of Pow
er. " Rails at the mockery of modern
society, Wednesilay, Jan. 22.
Charlie Chaplin, in his Million Dollar
Picture "A Dog's Life" Friday, Janu
ary 24.
({) 0 riu Swanson and .1. Barney Sherry
in "Her Decision." Would you marry
a nmn you did ndt love t0 save vour sis
ter from aisgrace, Added attraction,
•< Hei» Disguised Passion " Keystone
Comedy, Saturday, January 24. '
or.
CHARLIE
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bons twenty-two coyotes. The fur !s
quite valuable now, besides the bounty
on the animals.
The winter has been very mild in this
section of the country and spring plow
ing has begun in the vicinity of Lucile.
William Smith is spending a few days
, with his daughter, Mrs. Ward Sewell.
Tom Martin was a Lucile visitor Sat
hrday from his ranch.
Roe Baker was in town .Monday from
, j ranch on Cow creek,
i Clay Davis left Tucsdav
I Hall ranch to herd sheep
weeks.
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for a few
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John Johnston was in town Saturday
j from the Hall ranch.
Harry Helm was in town Tuesday
j from the Elfers ranch.
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Mr. and Airs. Clay Davis spent Mon
j day at the Kokta homo.
A. D. Sewell and William Smith
j Lucile visitors Sunday,
day from his ranch at Fiddle
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were
Dr. W. F. Pogue A\as in town T
lies
creek.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,
Notice is hereby given that the parr
nersbip heretofore doing business indei
the firm name and style of Arnold &
Hunter, is hereby disol ved by mut mi I
W. 8 . Hunter retiring. The
business will be continued by Chester
Arnold to whom all accounts owing
consent,
'he firm are payable, and who assumes
* he segregated liabilities.
Dated at Grangeville, Idaho, January
* t h. 1919.
CHESTER ARNOLD,
W. S. HUNTER.
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SUBSCRIPTIONS TO WAR FUND
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Statement of Amount Donated by the
School Districts.
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VV. \V. Brown luus prepared the Col
! lowing statement of subscriptions and
I allotments for the war chest fund drive
; in Idaho county:
Allotment
.. $123.00
854.00
153.00
176.00
(Mi .00
Paid.
$129.30
958.00
153,00
4.
77.40
110.00
136.00
615.00
53.50
256.0(1
162.50
398.00
214.50
201.00
20.50
111.15
6 . _
175.00
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_ 135.00
615.00
_ 53.00
_ 241.00
i_. 162.00
... ,398.00
9,
10 . ...
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395.00
14. _
15. _
16.
201.00
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23.00
. 110.00
80,00
. ' 145.00
57.59
18. ..
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146.00
is.'!.(HI
148.00
279.70
70.25
56.00
65.00
36.50
70.50
30.10
117.50
167.00
4
20 .
1 ts.on
21 .
60.00
50.00
65.00
66.00
. 64.00
32.00
106.00
76.00
59.00
83.00
32.00
162.00
90.00
81.IHI
- 212.00
70.00
65.00
24. ...
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28.
29
30.
31.
28.00
59.00
89-73
92.00
162.00
107.50
81.00
367.00
71.22
365.00
3.
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227.00
227.00
... 270.00
.— 426.00
23.(HI
.. 142.00
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92-00
97.00
70.(K(
_ 101.00
32.00
r . 86.00
.. 160.00
65.00 •
17.00
110.00
.. 25-00
236.00
572.50
SI. SO
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113.50
104,;
84.50
98.75
70.00
HH .00
41.
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58-00
100.50
79.00
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Ladies' Cioaks
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Regular Prices
and ■
Key-]
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ONE
$20 Coats at
25 Coats at
35 Coats at
40 Coats at
$ 10.00
12.50
17.50
20.00
The finest qualities in the very
latest styles. Get you a coat at
once as they will not last very
long atphese prices.
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87.00
14.00
85.00
8.00
«7.00
40.00
88.00
1 47.00
«5.37
14.00
104.00
58. _
59.
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106.03
24.00
221.00
47.00
150.00
14.00
»0.50
49.00
85-00
- 221.00
... 128.00
.— 14.00
55.00
4 4.<H)
— 114.00
70.00
» 0.00
37.00
54.00
130.01 k
30.00
— 27.00
67.00
58.60
56.00
.. 39.00
28.00
30.00
27.00
16.00
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71.
• 90,00
43.01
50.00
164.50
24.25
30.50
26.50
67.50
52.00
37.00
17.00
30,00
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$10.560.08
26.90
13.00
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Total
Dairymen, we need-more number one
cream to make
into the finest grade of
butter made in the Northwest. Write
us for our proposition,
each shipment. V
We pay cash for
Mutual Creamery Co.
Lewrisbon, Idaho.
RECEPTION FOR SOLDIERS.
The Salmon river branch of the Red 1
Cross will give a reception for hoys in
uniform at Whitcbird the evening of
January 31.
I'Pee Press
prints butter
wrappers.
The
Maryland Casualty Company
will insure your employees under the
Idaho Compensation Act.
Rothwell. ,
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AMATEUR
PHOTOGRAPHERS
We develop your films and
make prints
A. F. TURNER
Orangeville, Idaho
Leave Work at Gian ville 's
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OF VOLLMER, IDA. <t>
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Grangeville, on
FRIDAY AN 19 SATURDAY
January 24 and 25
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m.
and from l to 6 p. m.
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FEBRUARY 3 AND 4
DR. E. A. SCHILLING
Optometrist
Eyesight Specialist
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BANK OF CAMAS PRAIRIE
(JRANGEVITXE, IDAHO
Deeeniher SI, 1918
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RKSOl'KCES
Doans and Discounts ..$560,840.11
. 33,903.72
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock 50,000.00
50,000.00 *
369.83 f
. 770,100.95 $
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Bunking House, Fnrui
tare and Fixtures . .
U. S. Bonds,
Surplus (Earned) .
(Âpdi Aided Profits
DEPOSITS .
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10,000.00
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Treasury
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Certificates and War
Sa vin;
Stamps
('ASH and Due From
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Banks . . .
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... 192,970.65
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$870,47.0.78 |
Twenty j*
incss without change of management. X
$870,470.78
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( 'go of tin* few Roll of Honor Banks in the State.
six years m
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Real Estate Bargains
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200-ACRE BARGAIN
160 acres in cultivation, 5-room house, good barn
and other buildings, fenced and cross fenced into four
fields, HOG TIoHT; many springs, well and creek.
EASY TERMS, ten years' time. Good opportunity,
bred Rothlisherg land.
200 ACRES
llattabaii"h land, north of Grangeville for sale.
160 ACRES
One-sixth mile north of city limit. Otto Rothlis
herg land, a snap; pa rt cash and balance terms. This
land is too well known to need further description.
CEO. M. REED, Exclusive Agt.
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Club Member—Dr. B. Chipman mi
WVdnesday was elected to membership
in the Orangeville commercial club.
Official I". S. Gcvi-nimont War Fea
ture "America's Answer" comes to
(he Lyric, Monday, Peb. 17.
Will Is Filed—The will of the late
Anton Stabb of Ferdinand was filed in
the probate court Tuesday.
Catholic Church Services Services
at the Catholic church will I«" at the
usual hour at 10:30,
For Fir«, Burglary, Livestock, Steam
Boiler. Idfe , 1 Health and Accident in
snrunce, see Hcrv Rothwell.
Deputy Sheriff Ben Robertson has re
moved his family from Cottonwood to
Grangev il le ami is raiding in the north
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uilisteil to 1
end of town.
The Lyric Theatre hi
the official war
"America's Answer" Monday
feature
Feb, I
present
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Daughter Is Born A daughter was
Irani last week to Mr. and Mrs. A. Ml
Ecker. Mr. Faker is clerk in
Orangeville postoffiee.
TOR KENT—Furnished house. Ell
•juire at this office.
MnrpUy in Bend, Ore. -Pat Murphy,
formerly of Orangeville, is now located
at Bend, Ore., he write? friends here.
He is cook at the Pilot Butte Inn, at
Bend.
Rolled bailey for sale. Will deliver.
Denver Flour Mills, Fenn, Ida. 27-tf
imperial Grill Open—The grill at the
Imperial hotel was opened Monday. The
room has been redecorated and the
floors have been partially carpeted. The
grill presents an altogether attractive
nppeu ranee.
Changes In Store—,). A. Bradbury has
mado a number of changes in the in
terior of his cigar store. He has re
arranged show-cases and has otherwise
improved the interior of his place of
business.
If the party seen taking the pink
crocheted cap from the window of the
Batty millinery will return the same,
■ or pay the price of the i»ip, $3, no (pies
tioua will bo asked, and it will avoid
further trouble,
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Emmett Mulhall Ill Emmett MiillmJI,
of Orangeville, who has been spending j
the winter in Lewiston, is ill with in
fluenza, according to the Lewiston Tri
binio. Mr. Mulhall recently was hono
rably discharged from the army.
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FOR SALE—Two registered bulls; j
out. 3-year old roan Shorthorn; one 2
year-old Shorthorn, M. (i.
Rambo,
33 tf
Orangeville, Idgho.
Daughter is Bom
A daughter was
born on January « at Portland, Ore., to
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rhoades of Pollock,
■Mr. Rhoades is a promient Salmon river 1
stockman, and formerly was county com
missioner.
FOR SADE
Shorthorn
bulls and registered big bone Poland j
Joseph McDonald, Fenn,4
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Registe red
China boars.
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Federated Church -» "Love
and
Courtship" is the theme announced Pol
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the Sunday evening sermon at the Feil
crated church. It «ill deal frankly and
sensibly with a number of problems that
•concern the every day
•ial life of j
Kvervwne is invited.
young people.
Administrator Named An order up
pointing Allan McMaster of Cottonwood
administrator of the estate of the Sarah
( 'ovenev
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entered in the probata,
The property or the es
was
court Tuesday,
täte consists mainly of real estate and
household furnishings in Grangeville.
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Christian Church— Regular
next Sunday as follows: Bible se tool
at 10 a. m.; eoninuinion at 10:50, preach
ing service at 11:10. Theme: " Witness
lag for Christ." Miss Brooks will sing.
Christian Endeavor lit 6:30; preaching I
!ng at 7:30. Theme.; "The God of tin
This is the beginning of a
series of evening sermons 011 the es (
sontials of Christianity is the doctrine
of life.
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FOR SALE OK TRADE—220 acres of
land; 120 under cultivation; 75 morel" 11
can be cultivated; plenty of
500,000 feet good saw timber on land.
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rater.
Vincent,
Apply
W. H.
Harpster.
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Will Increase Stock—A. D. Kennedy.
gone
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the new manager of the Hub store in
Grangeville, announce? that the
store i from
«-ill soon put in a line of dry goods,
well at otherwise increase its stork. Mr. I
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Kennedy came to Grangeville
Whitabird to accept the position of
manager of the store,
his family here.
ployed by the Salmon Kiwi Stores
pany at Whitcbird for almost torn years.
Red Cross Notes—Report
since October 1
from j 1
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He has removed
Mr. Kennedy
was 1 in -
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tors
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on knitting
submitted by Mrs.
ton
Hewcs, shows twelve «eaters and 157
pairs of socks knitted.
Mra. Onthiie
Six
reports t,hese articles shipped:
dozen towels, two doze
her
sheets.
une
dozen bath towels, ninety-eight refugee
dreooes.
Ready for shipment:
'five blouse suits, work being done on
thjrty pajamas shirts.
thirty 1
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Donations re
man
i-eived:
C. B. Knorr. $2; M. S. Martin.
$1 ; anonymous, $J.
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I arrival home of one of her hHimie'
soldier boys who was th- first volun
leer for the war for democracy from
)lot Salmon river country when William
Francisco Vntnr.I from service in]
Franco. Mr. Francisco went from Fre.
dom. but beintf well acquainted, at Big
gins we also claim him as one of our
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1 Village Folk Extent Greeting to Wil
liam Francisco
The following article on the reception
given by the Riggins folk to WJibuti
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from
soldlei
returned
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a
j France, was contributed.
The
village of Riggins were
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sons. Billy was in the aerial service
while hi' had many perilous trips in
Hie air and did wonderful service in
this position he also was more or less in
"ther parts of the army which has de
feated the Hnns and made the world
a
safe and sane place for all of the present
generation as well as for our descen
dants. He served ns a machine gunner
at the famous battle of Lyons with the
French as well as in many of the air
battles which were won by the Ameri
can boys.
Billy being the first of the A. E. F.
boys to return to our part of the world,
every one was anxious to meet him and
get first-hand news of the conflict and
to say that he had plenty of questions
to answer is putting it very mildly, and
as it was impossible for us all to meet
him. and talk to him personally, Mrs
Helen Toney, the proprietress of the
Riggins hotel, gave a banquet i" his
honor. .For those who know Mrs. Toney
there bus been enough said regarding
the banquet, but for those who have not
had the pleasure of meeting her,
might explain that it was a feed fit for
a king.
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After the banquet was over and those
who had partaken had partially return
ed to a comfortable state from the feel
ing which always follows a banquet of
this nature, Billy gave us a- two-hour
talk on what he seen on the other side
of the world.
He took ns through the
training camps from the time a '
puncher" arrived until he
cow
vas started
across the pond. He had
on dur imaginary trip across with him.
then landed ns on French soil.
eribod to us the feeling of a first, trip
up into the air and down again, he fold
ns seasick
He des
us the feeling of seeing a bunch of Huns
coming, the smell of the gas, descriht
the ga* masks and the discomforts of
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wearing one, and also the effects of th,
gas from his personal experience, hi
hospital exverience. the feeling of ge
t' n K bist from his company and wander
'"g in trying to again locate them, the
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good the 5'. M. C. A. did as well as th,
Reil Cross and the Salvation Army, but,
he asked 11 s all as a kindness to him to
not forget the Red Cross as he stated
t,iat " 1,0 staved at home could not
n ' ,,liz '' the good this organization did
the lonesome boys.
The question asked him would have
tired the patience of Joli, but be ans
worn! all in a modest way which was
certainly a treat to the assembled Rig
ginittes. While Billy was the first to
return we will nil be just as glad to see
Hie other boys return and will give a»
the same welcome when Uncle Sam has
told them they have done their dutv
well and allows them to return to
midst. •
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After Billy had finished with
his talk the rest of the night was spent
in dancing at the Riggins hotel.
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Hub Wood has gone to Spokane to a#
1 convention of hardware men.
R. Proctor has retqyed from ten
lays' visit to the Pacific
George Du vis of Johns
visitor in the city this. week.
tend !
i-oast.
Creek was
a
Li"
Bmiidage. forest ranger, of Rig
11 "- " * H the city,
M. L. Aye rt has recovered from
raibi attack of influenza.
•lames W.
a
Dyar. forest ranger, has
gone to Elk City for a week.
,
prominent Salmon river
I
was 111 Grangeville this wc- 1 * : .
j
:
H. J. Elfers,
doi-kman.
from his home at Lucile.
* nail - Ji v î II lie.- return -.1 frdra >:
; nd has resumed his work
I at tin- Imperial hotel
ue.
;

Dr. John Simon returned Monday 1
a trip to Portland, Salmi and
gen î*. Ore.
J. J. Torbett, rancher, residing near ; ! -
Fenn, and son, Ralph, were business v isi- :
in Grangeville last week.
Hi
ed
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Shinniek
wood
Monday.
f (Jot- !
in Grangeville :
v isitors
were
.Mrs. George Jump arrived in the city .
Monday from Lewiston for a vielt with :
daughter, Mrs. L. A. Visen t.
!
W-urd Spwcll, well-known yonn. dock-J
Lucile section, t as
111
of the
Grangeville on business this
ranger, of j (
wc.-k.
George Ring, forest

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