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WE INVITE YOU
Many questions confront you every day,
sibly one of them is WHERE you will have your bank
account.
Pos
If you haven't already solved this important
reliable Bank. The matter of being 1 associated with
a strong, conservative, yet modern bank, is import
ant. We offer you every convenience of modern
banking and would appreciate having you with
us.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGEVILLE
UNDER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
SUPERVISION
PROCEEDINGS OF ItOARI)
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
The following claims examined, ap
proved and ordered paid !>>• warrant
drawn on the currim. e lenae fund
of the coun ty :
O. A. Jonqs, coroner's Jur
A. W. Boyd, coroner's jnr
3.0C
or
3.0(1
or
•J 01
j
R. W. Brownell, coroner's jur
H. Hulsman, coroner's jnr
Alfred Franklin, coroner's
Juror _ _ _
H. McGregor coroner's jnr
■ •r
3,0(
or
3.00
3.00
or
A. J. Mangg, salftry as co
roner for the Quarter _
A. J. Mnngg, services in
flic Ellsworth Green case_
F. E.' Lnkcns, salary ns co
unty school superintendent
for quarter _
F. E. Lnkcns, salary of as
sistant. Alvina Meyer, for
quarter -__ __
12.50
60.00
366.04
soo.oc
P.
E. Lnkcns, expense for
quarter _ _
P. E. Lnkcns, expense for
quarter___ __
G. S. Stockton, salary coun
ty physician for quarter_62.50
Dr. W. A. Foskett, profession
services
39. SO
.90.03
15.00
Dr. IV. A. Foskett. fumigating ,
school house at Pollock_ 6.00
.1. J. Lamm, drugs, county phy
sician _
Dr. W. F. Orr, vital statistics.
Glanville Drug Co., supplies to
county offices _
Albert Zodrow. refund on erron
eous assessment _
Dominick Dncloa, refund of er
roneous assessment _
B. F, Zehner, refund of tax on
erroneous assessment _
S. Medemna, refund of tax on er
roneous assessment _
Clair Sherwin, refund of tax
on énonçons assessment_ 24,92
12.00
18.25
38.56
22.10
11.08
3.SS
2.80
Seth D. Jones, refund of tax on
erroneous assessment _
Marie Potter, refund of tax on
widow's exemption _
Otic L. Cone, cash advanced for
Improvement tax assessed
against county _
I. O. O. F. lodge of Fenn
hall rent for election, Fenn
precinct _ _ _
Rev. Martin Baerloeher.
hail rsnt for election, amount
of claim, $in:nn, cut $5.00,
allowed _ _ _
H.. S. Thomas, polling place
for election Border precinct
James A. Carr, polling
32.00
5 22
3 25
5.00
5.10
5.00
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I Mary A.
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Kastman, polling
for election, Westlake
precinct
place
5.0C
Mrs. F. A. fowling, polling
place for election
flear
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precinct.
amount
j claim »7.00, cut $3.00, all
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of
Off
4.00
I. O. O, F.
pod. polling place for dee
amount of claim, $17.50, dis
allowed, $12.50, allowed
Charles Sallee, polling
place for election, Yellow Pine
precinct _
Charles Sallee, j>ostagc for
returning election supplies
School district No. 29. pol
ling place for election Tahoe
product, amount of claim,
$10.00, disallowed, $5.00,
lowed_ _
A. A. Kincaid, polling place
for election, Dew r ey precinct
Kooskin Building Oo., poll
ing place for election, Koos
kia precinct, amount of elniin
$12.50, disallowed, $7.50,
lowed _ _
Howard Powelson. polling
place for election, Dixie
elnct _
Howard Powelson, postage
and expense of election
Mrs. K M. Bihh, secretary,
Ferdinand church, polling
place for election
inand ptecinct_
George Aubin, polling place
for election, Pollock precinct_
H. S. Thomas, polling place
for election. Border precinct_
Leslie Belor, (Hilling place
for election, Elk City pre .
einet, amount of claim $10.00,
disallowed $5.00. allowed
Leslie Belor, fixing booths
election _
L. L.Crosby. polling place
for election, Kenterville
cinct _
lodge
Cotton
W(
5.00
5.90
1.4S
al
5.00
5.00
al
5.00
pre
5.00
2.20
Ferd
5.00
6.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
pre
_ 2.00
Board here adjourned to meet at
9 a. in. tomorrow.
N. B. PETTTBONE,
Chairman
Attest: Henry Teleher.
Clerk,
January Term
• January 10. 1923
Wednesday, Third Term Day
Wednesday, January 10. 1923, at 9
a. in., board mot in session pursuant
to adjournment of yesterday, at the
commissioners' room at the
courthouse. Present. N. B. Pettibone,
chairman, August Sehroeder and T. C.
Lydai commissioners, and Henry
Telcheiv clerk. Minutes of yesterday
read and approved, whereupon the
board proceeded to business as fol
lows :
county
It appearing that there is at the
present. Mme a sheriffs revolving
travel fund in the county created for
tlie benefit of the comity sheriff in
accordance with Chapter 228 of the
session laws of 1921 in the sum of
$1000.00, and it appearing to the
hoard that -an amount in such fund
of $500.00 is sufficient, it is hereby
ordered that $500.00 of such fund he
transferred to the current
expense
fnfid, leaving therby the amount of
$500.00 in such fund, which is hereby
continued in snwli fund, and shall he
the amount of such fund as created
under chapter 288 of the 1921 session
laws.
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And it Is further ordered that the
sheriff give a surety bond to the coun
ty in the sum of $500.00. written In
some approved surety eonjpany,
In
connection with the above travel fund
for *he proper exenditnre thereof, as
required by said chapter 228.
Claim of Clifford Hoxie for the
fund of tax in the sum of $48.06
nmined and laid over for further in
formation.
Claim of Salmon River Stores
Whltchird referred hack to claimant
for proper authorization and o. k.
The following claims examined, ap
proved and ordered paid hy warrant
drawn on the current expense of the
. county.
title L. Cone, refund of pen-
alty and interest on Geor-
ge Behean tax __
re-
W-
of
68.44
j Otic L. Cone, refund of pen
alty and interest on George
Behean tax _ _
A. W. Talkington. insurance
on the residence of the
county farm __ _
Mrs. Myrtle Davidson, ex
pense on return of election
supplies ___ _
Lona E. Touraille, election
boo'jis and postage for re
turn of supplies _
Ethel Roilen. postage on el
ection returns _ _
A. S. Johnson, postage on el
ection returns _ __
Cottonwood Drug Co., haul
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31.76

75.00
1.93
a
5.10
I
.59
H
2.06
ing election booths _
Wm. Alien, election expense
A. C. McCoy, postage on el
ection returns __ _
W. A. Foskett
services „ ,
j W. F. Orr. vital statistics_
j J. D. Sliinnick, professional
services _ ____
K. M. Bibb, expense of elec
tion _ _ _
G. S. Stockton, professional
services _l___ __
E. II. Hanson, labor on elee
flow iKIOtllS _ __
■MM.Marion Butler, labor on el
1.60
1.80
1.00
professional
28.00
12.00
15.00
1.00
138.00
4.00
Sale of Remnants
J7 VERYTHING is ready for our Valentine Remnant Sale.
Monday—the opening day—2000 yards of desirable rem
nants of every kipd will be on sale! The prices are so low they
will surprise you!

small oil stains which washing will easily re
move.
This sale was made possible by an advance
purchase of Mill Ends, Short Lengths and Ir
regulars—all this season's materials. Prices in
almost every instance have advanced from 20
percent to 30 percent since we contracted these
goods. _The irregulars are mostly wash mater
ials—the imperfections slight—in most
Come to the Sims Store early to share in
these great bargains. Come Monday—in the
morning, _The earlier you come the greater
your range of choice.
You can save Dollars by liberally antici
pating your season's needs!
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Percales
Ratines
Outings
Crepes
Wash Geods
Silks
Zephers
Damasks
Flannels
Woolens
Shirtings
Cretonnes
CASH SAVING PRICES
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We encourage economy—but never cheapness.
Cheapness tears down. Quality builds up. *
I*. S. —We have a little surprise in store for every child who enters our i
Valentine Contest. Remember, Saturday is the last day. AH valentines I
must be In by Saturday evening.
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fit makes your feet so comfortable, and your
of style adds so much to your pleasure, when you
QUEEN QUALITY famous shoes! And when
you slip them on you are aware of that barefoot ease built
by the makers and assured by the trade mark stamped
every pair. Look for this always for lasting satisfaction.
sense
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Bluchcr Oxford of
Zanzibar Brown Calf
A SATISFIED customer is the best advertisement In ths
world. P. N. Practical Front Corsets satisfy.
That is why we specialize in them. They accomplish whet the
usual type of front-lace corset cannot do. THE VEST DOES
Our corset experts are desirous of demonstrating these
wonderful corsets to you.
Tailored" describes it— trig,
trim and youthful, snugly fit
ting, built for walking. Styled
in fashionable brown calfskin
and made with welt sole and
smart, yet
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lowtribber heel. A
comfortable, style.
Thera ia a model to At jroar figure.
Priœe 95.C0 and up
ectlon booths _ _
R. H. Ambler, labor on elec
tion booths for Orange
ville precincts_
Kooskia Drug Co
tion supplies _
Frank Kellcane, serving
constable of election __
J. H. Smith, balance due on
registration ___
Mrs. Lee Strong, balance due
on registration _ _
Howard Powelson, balance
dne on registration _
Joseph Sohn, balance due on
2.00
13.05
fumi
5.25
as
4.50
4.50
10.75
1.26
registration ______
Mrs. James Tnrkington, balance
due on registration_
Viola Rhett, balance due
registration __
Mrs. Charles Hemphill, balance
due on registration _
Dr. Victoria Van Dnyne, balance
due on registration _
Done E. Touraille, balance
due on registration _
A. S. Johnson, balance due
on registration _
Charles Sallee, balance due on
registration _ _
5.25
.25
36.00
8.00
15.50
12.50
on
2.50
2.50
Orrin Lamb, balance due
registration _
Mrs. James Feaster, balance
due on registration_
Della Arrants, balance due on
registration__
Mrs. A. B. Davidson, balance
due on registration_
Mrs. William Finley, balance
due on registration_
Ethel Roden, balance due
registration __
Blanche Martin, balance due
on registration _
Mrs. R. J. McConnell, balance
on
1.25
2.75
1.75
3.50
on
8.50
14.50
ojji
dne oh registration _
Mrs. Elizabeth Schätzer, bal
ance due on registration
James Carr, balance due on
registration_ _
(Continued next Week)
For Sale—Typewriter $20,
Free Press office. I
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Sale—'Two Bronze tiirtj
gobblers. Enquire W. V. Manrt»J
Orangeville. Call Farmers' 215. S*' 4
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