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Make your autogiaph worth having by having a checking account. Here you will find safety and service with ability and willingness to intelligently care for your banking needs at all times. . I ♦ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGEVILLE ♦ UNDER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION » , ■ • LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF - < > Insure today—tomorrow may be to late. M. L. Derrig, successor to Rofh 42 Music well & Quinlan. Final Proof—Alvin H. Castle on Monday made final proof on his home stead in the Salmon river country, be fore H. Taylor, U. S. commissioner, in Grangeville. Quilts, carpets curtains, blankets, anything but the baby washed at the laundry. Call 741. Baptist Church—Services will be held in the Baptist church next Sunday morning and in the evening at 7:30 Boomerang Dance—Girls of the Boomerang club are planuing a dance for the evening of May 23. will be by Mann Brothers' orchestra, of Lewiston. Columbia Uraphonolas and records on ■■'le at the Smoke House. —Advertise i7tf i'rlll Dance Postponed—Married dance has been postponed until the evening of Wednesday, April 25. Campfire Girls—In enthusiastic or ganizations of the community, is the Tems-kwah-ta-ta-wah campfire, reglst folk's ♦ LyricTheatre ; > y tl A Great Comedy Some Boy Some Joy f ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ tm y Vv.t* ♦ ■ * » ♦ . I Vi ■ m Épi 1 > - - : I ■ ' / I : h % V / ■ ■ v V nm : ■ : W' f $8 I im Ï. :'»■ £ ••■■'V ä 1 if. y y'-: V ,.^e * ^ ■ mm ' À - i I ■ V . ■i ♦ HAROLD LLOYD In Grandma s Boy" ♦ : < U His First 5 Part Feature. And You Will Giggle Chortle Laugh Shake Our Hero Is Awkward Bashful Helpless Brave i .. ; ♦ Quake Roar Bold Fearless i ! ♦ Grangeville, ' Idaho April 10, 1923 Mr. E. T. Edmondson, Lyric Theater, Grangeville, Idaho. Dear Sir: While we were In Spokane last August, Nadine and myself haq the privilege of attending Harold Lloyd In "Grandma's Boy". We certainly enjoyed same, as it was a laugh from beginning to' end, and we are going again. ♦ i h Tours very truly, ARCH L. GILKRSON. ■ I A Laughing Joy t i Grandma's Boy. Lloyd's Most Original Comedy. y » Thurs.-Friday, Apr. 19-20 ered with national office of the Camp fire Girls of America. The officers of the organization are: Mrs. R. R. Mar tin, guardian ; Miss Ruby Smith, as sistant guardian ; Miss Mryna Droogs, athletic director. An impressive coun sel Fire ceremony was conducted last Tuesday evening in the Federated Community house, which was at tended by a number of the mothers of the girls and other visitors. These girls are planning an aggressive pro gram of Campfire work. Mrs. Mar tin has had a number of years of experience with Campfire work both in the city, and in rural towns. Wall paper.* 15 cents per double rolls. At the Paipt Shop. A. W. Robinson and Win. 47-4t. Mann Brothers' orchestra coming The best music in the west May 23, Dance given by Boomerang club. Insure today—tomorrow may he to late. M. L. Derrig, successor to Roth well & Quinlan. Assessor Busy—County Assessor William Ingram is busy assessing Grangeville property owners. Assessor •12 Gingham Special I \ > A ! i I Ljt/I w H V *'1 m IMS t'*\fs*S** •A 36 Attractive Patterns A 19c YARD STANDARD 36-INCH WIDTH Your Notion Needs 0 Wo sell only standard-brand, nation ally advertised, proven-quality Notions. We give you the benefit of thoroughly dependable materials at the same prices you have been paying. Coats and Capes for Misses Again we have purchased a Marshall Field & Co. sample line, securing for you a genuine saving, tlie little girl n pretty spring wrap for a fourth less than you would ordinar ily pay. You can buy Bleached Turkish Towels A i y 's - * rc r 1 t U SoftsPUN TOWELS Good Quality Blenched Turkish Tow els, size about 17x34 inches. Woven of strong, absorbent single loop cotton Neatly hemmed ends. Will yarns. launder nicely and give splendid serv lee. 29c 2 for Homespun Crepe Jv\T Tissue 1 Homespun Crepe is a standard grade of Smooth Crepe of good weight. 3 ROLLS FOR 25c The Sims Store CASH SAVINGS PRICES. Ingram has already done much work in the country, and when ho completes the city work will resume his work in the farming districts. We are just receiving a flue lot of wall paper of the latest designs at from 15 cents per double roll upwards. At the Paint# Shop. A. W. Robinson and Son. 47-4t Columbia 10-lnch records, 60 cents, at the Smoke House. Seriously III—Telegram was received In Grangeville Tuesday conveying word of critical illness of Harry Shlssler, at Carter, Mont. His brother, George Shis sier, lias departed for Montana. Mr. Shissler also is n brother of Mrs. N. B. Pettibone. Insure today—tomorrow may he to late. M. L. Derrig, successor to Roth well & Quinlan. Sure, wo will help you clean house. Curtains, carpets, blankets and quilts. ELECTRIC LAUNDRY. A. W. Talkington. surety bonds Christian Endeavor — The Inteim*d I late Christian Endeavor of (he F- der i ate<i church will hold a social and 3.stf 42 business meeting at the Community house next Friday evening, April 13. Make merry to Manns' music, May 2;;. Christian Science—Christian Science services in K. of P. hall Sunday. Serv ices at 11. Subject, "Are Sin, Dis eases and Death Real?" Sunday school at If a. m. Testimony meeting, Wed nesday at 7:30. All are welcome. Call 741 for laundry wagon. Cur tains, blankets quilts and carpets. Scout Carnival—Although inclement weather prevented a large attendance at the Boy Scouts' carnival, Saturday evening, $50 was realized by the boys from the affair. The money will be used to help defray expanses of the summer camp of the scouts. Boomerang club dance, May 23. Music by Mann Brothers' orchestra. Rice in Michigan—D. F. R. Rice 'former superintendent of the Grange ville public schools, has been reelected superintendent of the Ironwood, Mich., public schools, at a salary of $5500 a year, an increase of $500, according to word ' received by friends of Mr. Rice here. For Rent—One furnished 2-room apartment. Enquire John Callan. Card Party—Mrs. A. F. Parker was hostess at a card party in her home. .Wednesday afternoon. Save money and time by placing magazine subscriptions at House. —Advertisement. tb# jour Smoke 17tf Card Party—Mrs. W. H. Babgero was hostess at cards Thursday after noon. The affair was complimentary to Mrs. J. R. McConnell,» of Walla, Wn . Wal ln Coming Home—Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sasenbery have received word that their son-in-law, L. Home, who recently left Seattle for Washington, D. C., to engage in government work, has suf fered a nervous breakdown. He and Mrs. Horne are expected to soon return to Grangeville for an indefinite stay, until Mr. Horne recovers his health. Dance, Fenn, Idaho, Saturday 1 , April Baseball benefit. 14. Good music A.'- W. Talkington, fire insurance. Near East Relief—Idaho county is asked to provide $1500 for support of twenty-five Armenian orphans for the next twelve months. E. C. Newbery, of Spokane, representing the Near East Relief, spent Saturday and Sun day in Grangeville, and spoke in the Federated and Baptist churches. Dance, Fenn, Idaho. Saturday, April Baseball benefit. /14. Good music. Episcopal Church—The Rev. D. J. W. Somerville, of Lewiston, held serv ices In the Episcopal church, Grange ville, last Sunday evening. During the services, a solo was sung by Miss Irma Vincent. Confirmation will take place in the Episcopal church late In May. it is announced, and at that time the bishop is expected to attend. , Cards—Mrs. W. W. Brown entertain ed at cards in her home, Tuesday after- noon. Surprise Party— W. H. Badgero the victim of a surprise party Wed nesday evening, when twenty men and women, invited by Mrs. Badgero, ap peared at is home an informed Mr. ■" h Q ■■ H h .■ S H r Our selection of Ladies' ready-to-wear con- ^ tains more charming styles than our range of sizes is complete. Why pay car fare to out of town points to l|| value here for ^ your money, without the unnecessary expense of ^ the trip? ■■ before, and H ever ■■ h H «' H wF shop when you can get the same H t\ ■■ H * ■■ Dresses -Suits ■Goats-Blouses *1 H ■" - S ■■ s o H ■■ For the large square veil a new use has been % found,—draping them over small hats and toques; these are often thrown back from the face to fall ? draped over the back. Small eye shading veils ^ on hat brims give a smart touch. We have them in all the wanted colors. O' O wF ■» wF S' of discriminating women Complete satisfaction follows the selection of a Flske hat The Style that Fashion dic tates is assured, in addition to the QuaUty that good taste and wise purchasing demand. ■" ■" H ■■ wF J ^ . «• J wF — / ■■ ■■ We have a splendid assortment of all the latest ■HJ costume is entirely complete. Sautoirs Beads ■■ novelties, without which no t i i wF Spanish Combs jjJ Drape Buckles i* Ear Rings Spanish Scarfs Bracelets Veils V ■■ «■ - 1 wF J 9 i* sum n f «* i* i i Style and Quality Assured. f 9 * I 1 Specials in Ladies' White Canvas Shoes One lot of "Kids'' Ladies' White Canvas ShoTs with rubber soles and high heels only *5 One lot of Ladies' White Canvas Shoes with low heels only Also a number of other bargains in Ladies' White Linene Shoes with Goodyear welt leather soles at bargain prices. The above are remarkable prices for high quality goods and will not last long at the cut prices. $ 1.00 $1.50 « LTD. Badgero it was his birthday anniver sary. Cards were played and after the games refreshments were served. Dance, Fenn, Idaho, Saturday, April Baseball benefit 14. Good music. PERSONAL John Funke, president of the Idaho County Farm bureau, was in Grange ville from Cottonwood, Wednesday. Peter Brockeneur was a Grange ville visitor this week from his home on the South Fork. Mrs. D. H. McGrath, of Fenn, hn gone to Sllvertou, Ore., to visit her daughter, Mrs. William MacNellL Mrs. O'Conner and Miss Cole, of Paradise, Mont, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thatcher. Mrs. O'Conner Is Mrs. Thatcher's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Brown and daughter, fprmer residents here, are visiting in Grangeville. Mr. Brown, who is attending medical school at Le land Stanford Jr. university, Palo Alto, Cal., was called to Palouse, Wn., last week, owing to death of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and daughter expect to proceed to California within a few days. GOOD ORE SHOWING ON FRENCH CREEK Three men employe^' on the quartz property of the French Creek Mining company, near the American Eagle mine. In the Elk City district, have un Grangeville-New Meado« Auto Stage U. S. MAIL All Salmon River Points Fare from Grangeville to One Way Whitebird Whitebird Ro,,nd Trlt ' $3,75 $ 2.00 E. O. Brown & Son covered favorable ore showings, i cording to a statement Tuesday by Ik Pettibone, president of the Fra Creek Mining company. WHITEBIRD COUPLE WEDS IN GRANGEY Mrs. Sadie O. Christie and Samuel I Goff, both of Whitebird, ried Tuesday by the Rev. R.Rk tin, pastor of the Federated chunk, Grangeville. The ceremony was [» fomed in the parsonage. The newly married couple will reside at WW» bird. • were miy Butter wrapper printed at the F«| Press office.