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City Meat Market
Fresh and Cured Meats Constantly on hand
Fish and Poultry
Cash Paid for Hides
Come in and Inspect Our Modern Market
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CITY MEAT MARKET
John Callan, Prop.
ÏÏI Smoke House
CARL CARLTON, Prop.
news depot and confectionery
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES AND RECORDS
Subscriptions Taken for All Magazines
j ' AI JL KINDS OF SPORTING GOODS
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ranch, 9 miles southwest of
place known as the John Wilson
At my
Grangeville and 1-2 mile west of the Sweet ranch on
Tuesday,
Commencing at 10 a. m.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
Farm Machinery
6 Head Horses
One 3-Section Harrow
One 12in Walking Plow
One Double Sliovel Garden Plow
One Grind Stone
One Post Maul
Two Wat ?)• Ban-els
Five Cords of 4ft. Wood
Some 16 inch Wood
Three Straw Piles
One Gray Mare, 7 vrs. old, weight 1300
One Gray Mare, 9 yrs. old, weight 1300
One Bay Mare, 9 yrs. old, weight 1300
One Sorrel Gelding, 10 yrs. old, weight 1300
One Sorrel Saddle pony, 9 yrs. old, weight 700
One Colt, 2 yrs. old
One Wheel Barrow
Two Crowbars
Cattle-Hogs
Three Good Milk Cows, all giving milk
Three Spring Calves Three Yearling Steers
Forty-one head of Stock Hogs
Two brood Slows, bred to farrow September
Household Goods
Three Bedsteads with Springs
One Sanitary Steel Couch
One Dining Table
Six Dining Chairs
Three Rockers
One Kitchen Table
One Stand Table
One Kitchen Cabinet
One Dish Cupboard
One Clothes Cupboard
Harness
One Set Breeching Harness
One Set Lead Harness
One Saddle One Kid Saddle
Farm Machinery
One Dresser
One Commode
One Heating Stove
One Cook Stove
One Sewing Machine, îsew Royal
One Washing Machine
One Ice Cream Freezer
One Sharpies Cream Separator No. 4
4 doz. Chickens 7 Turkeys
Some Canned Fruit
One 3in Wagon
One Hack
One Bob Sled
One Deering 7ft. Binder
One Emerson Mower, 6 ft. Cut
One Emerson Hay Rake
One Monitor Drill, 16 hose, Double Disk
One Superior Drill, 18 htose, Single Disk
One Emerson, Double Disk Plow
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that amount one years time will be given on ap
TERMS OF SALE:—All sums of $20.00 or under cash sums over
Proved bankable note bearing ten per cent interest No property to be remove
W. T. IRWIN, Owner
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, GRANGEVILLE
H by A. N. DYER, Clerk.
HARRY c. CRANKE, Auctioneer
Conducted, Trimmed, Censored and Deleted.
By Thin Spare
MORE ABOUT THE
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CHILD LABOR LAW
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To the Editor:—Permit me to sup
article published :
Child Labor"
by an offi c lal list of 48 states which j
have laws relative to employment of,
children in factories.
plement Mr. Pulse'
iu your last issue on
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: prohibited under 14. (excep- j
tion—boy ten to 14 may, upon lie
enso, outside school hours work at
labor uot harmful.) Arkansas: pro
hibit«! upder 14. California : prohib- \
ited under 15. (exception—child 12
during school vacation.) Colorado :|
Alabama : prohibited under 14 ; Ari
zona
prohibit«l under 14. (exception—
child 12 during summer vacation. )
Connecticut: prohibited under 14.
Delaware: prohibited under 14. (ex
ception—child 12 outside school
term on special permit.) Florida : pro- j
hibited under 14. Georgia: prohibit
ed under 14. (exception—child 12 on i
permit if orphan or has widowed de- [
pendent mother ; 127 permits issued
during 1923.) Idaho: prohibited
un
der 14. Illinois: prohibited under 14.
Indiana : prohibited under 14. Iowa :
prohibited under 14. Kansas: prohlb
ited under 14. Kentucky : prohibited
under 14. Louisiana : prohibited
der 14. Maine: prohibited under 14.
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Maryland: prohibited under 14. Mas
prohibited under 14.
Michigan : prohibited under 15. Min
nesota : prohibit«! under 14. Mississ
ippi : prohibited under 14. Missouri :
prohibited'under 14. Montnna : pro
hibited under 10. Nebraska : prohib
it«l under 14. Nevada : prohibited
under 14. New Hampshire: prohib
sachussetts :
ited under 14. New Jersey : prohibit
cd under 14. New Mexico : prohibited
under 14. New York: prohibited un
der 14. North Carolina!: prohibited
under 14 (exception—boy 12 on spec
ial permit outside school hours;
only CO so employed during 1923.)
North Dakota : prohibited under 14
Ohio : prohibited under 16. (excep
tion—child 14 outside school term.)
Oklahoma : prohibited under 14. Ore
gon: prohibited under 14. (exception
child 12 outside school term.) Pen
nsylvania: prohibited under 14.
Rhode Island : prohibited under 14.
South Carolina: prohibited under 14.
South Dakota : prohibited under 15
Tennessee: prohibited under 14. Tex
as: prohibited under 15. T'tah: pro
hibited under 14. Vermont : prohibit
ed under 14. Virginia : prohibited
under 14. Washington: prohibited un
der 14. (exception—child 12 on per
mit of superior court judge in case of
poverty.) West Virginia: prohibit
ed under 14. Wisconsin : prohibited
under 14. (exception—child 12 during
school vacation.) Wyoming: prohib
ited under 14.
Thus it will be seen that every
State in the Union has its own legis
lation prohibiting child labor under
its own laws. Moreover, we now have
Woman Suffrage and the ladies,
God bless them, can always lie count
ed on to prevent exploitation of
Child l.alior in their respective
States. The proposed amendment to
the U. S. constitution is therefore
unnecessary, because it is a distinct
violation of the authority and power
vested in the States by the U. S. con
stitution under Art. X, which reads:
"Tlie powers not delegated to the
United States by the constitution nor
prohibited by it to the States are re
served to the States, respectively, or
to the people."
Orangeville, .Idaho, Sept. 1, 1024.
A. P. Parker
ON YOUTH AND AGE
No person could follow all tlie
directions far preserving youth be
cause there would he too many con
flicting instructions. We would eith
er eat garlic or we wouldn't; wo
would either smoke or we wouldn't;
we would either take a roll in the
snow (sans clothing) whenever pos
sible, or we would jump into a
steaming sweat bath. This is because
scientists, physicians, and patent
medicine ad writers disagree.
The best way to keep young is to
forget all nliout your age. About the
only time we need our age is when
we begin to vote, or "begin" to get
married, or for some other statisti
cal purposes. After that our age is
a burden-and it stares us in tlie face
without any use whatever. Often we
read or hear of some old person who
does not know his or her age, but
who is reputed to be far above one
hundred.
absence of knowledge of age contri
buted to the longevity more than
onions or garlic, whisky, or setting
up exercises, or any of the follde-rol
instructions of actresses' press agents.
A good way to stay young is to lie
young. Just simply refuse to get
old. Say to yourself, "old fellow, if
you want to grow old, go to it. I'm
going to stay young." Think youth,
appreciate yoiith, play with youth.
Do not allow your dignity to make
you stiff. Life is youth, and youth is
life. Let each passing birthday be
a stepping stone upward, not down
ward. As we mature we take on
It is quite likely that this
more wisdom, and wisdom is life ami
happiness, or at least a part of it.
We cannot see a ragged urchin,
or henr the prattle of a child with
out starting life all over again. We
cannot gaze at the twinkling stars
or feel the warm rays of the summer
again the
The
without breathing
sun
first pure breath of creation,
real fountain of youth is ever aliout
us if we will but reach out and bathe
in its ever-beckoning spray.
NEW SONG SUGGESTIONS
"The Old Soak And Bucket."
"Bring Back My Toddy To Me."
"My Old Kentucky Home-Brew."
"In (he Evening By The Spot
Light."
"When You and I Will P>e Hung,
Maggie." -
"We've Got Our Blind Pig In The |
Parlor." ,
"O WherojK) Where Will My Li- (
tie Vote Go?"
"The Candidates Are Coming, Ho,
ho! Ho, ho!"
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GROW ONION SEED
What is said to in* the first time
an Idaho grower lias rais«l onions
purelyfor seed purposes is reported
from Middleton, where six acres are
under cultivation.
The se«l is under contract to a
Detroit house,
cents per pound. It is estimated that
the returns will net about $600 per
acre.
which will pay 75
FIRE AT RATHDRUM
Fire at Bathdrum, a town of about
one thousand people, destroyed twen
ty-eight buildings, many of them bust
houses last Friday night.
from Spokane and
and the
ness
Help was sent
from Coenr d'Alene,
finally checked. Tlie loss is esti
mated at a quarter of a million dol
fire
was
lars.
Aliout the best way to get people
lined up it to get 'em signed up.
YESTERDAYS
Interesting Items of Former
Years Taken from Free
Press Files
(Sept. 0, 1889.)
S. W. Smith, of Elk City, returned
from Rut to on Tuesday's stage.
Some cattle buyers were- at Cot
tonwood iast week and bought 60
head from the Rhoads boys and
others. Jo. Ingram is reported to
have sold them some steers at $23
per head.
Horn—To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Von
berge, a son on August 2, 1889.
Horn—To Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Alex
ander, of near Cottonwood, a boy and
a girl, July 20, 1889,
Crops in the Keuterville section are
fair and there are very few wheat
stacks but will thresh fifteen bush
els to the acre.
It. P. Pulton has been appointed
deputy district attorney and will at
tend to all business in Mr. Pornoy'a
absence.
White ashes, brought down from
the burning timber in the mountains
by the odying winds, were freely dis
tributed over the prairie last week.
IS THIS YOUR CHILD?
Many children by reason of having
had and defective eyesight do not
make the proper progress in school.
These defects are rarely discovered
without a complete examlnaiton by
an eyesight specialist, children who
do not progress in school, who nre in
clined (o play truant, have head
aches and stooped shoulders, hard to
control, should by all means have
their eyes looked after at once.
The child who is slow to learn is
ridicul«l by his mates, censored by
tlie teacher, and blamed by the par
ent. Think what this is to a sensi
tive child, it breeds dislike for
studies and hatred to all, and in
many eases leads to the juvenile
court.
Bring the child in and let me make
an examination and I will tell you
the exact condition .and then proper
ly fitted glusses will wake tlie child
normal and healthy.
For results, see DU. JACKSON, the
Eyesight Specialist, Office iu Smith
Jewelry Store, opposite Camas Prairie
Bank, Main, St. Grangeville, Idaho.
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NOTICE
other arrangements
been made, persons indebted to J. O.
Safley for advertising and printing,
should pay the accounts to Atty. M.
R. Hattabaugh, Grangeville, Idaho.
A28-S4X
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J. C. SAFLEY.
To read about some criminal easea
one would think they were trying to
decide whether the prisoner needed
an operation at once, a rest cure, or
a change of climate. An 011*01140
treatment might lie beneficial in
some cases.
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Pack up your troubles in your old
kit bag, and then bury the hag.
Two good mottoes : look before you
leap, and think before you vote.
Lewiston - Grangeville
Stage
Two Round Trips Daily
7:00 a. m.
If
1:30 p. m
Insured Carrier
FARE $3.00. ROUND TRIP $5.00
Operated by Yellow Cab Co.

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