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popper Rivet
all strain points in
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LeviStmuss
WAIST
Overalls
twd-horse brand
ONE OF THE REASONS
"why they wear
LONGER THAN OTHER
MAKES
IF THEY
R I P
FREE
A NEW
pair
ALSO MAKERS OF
((OVERALLS Keep Kids Klean
The Ideal PU, Suit for Children
«liable merchandise since
WEEK BUIE SET
Governor Moore Sets Date
For Week of November
17 to 23.
American Education
Tils year
Feek has been set for the week of
November seventeenth to Twenty
third and for tlie fifth time the peo
ple of the great republic are called
upon to give attention to the prime
requisites of education. In the type
of government which we enjoy it Is
tlghlv necessary that the first duty
of the state, after guaranteeing life
and property, Is to provide education
tor those who must soon assume the
sacred responsibilities of government.
Illiteracy is a menace to the nation,
affording.' as it does, a breeding
place for the germs of anarchy and
dissolution. Our schools, therefore
must not only train in vocations and
general culture, but In citizenship
m that all may function in the du
ties of government. Reverence for
law and order must be Inculcated In
the youth of the land and the
achools are a valuable ally to the
homes in this respect.
We are particularly proud of the
opportunities provided for the child
ren of Idaho In training for indus
tries, trades and professions. It Is
tery desirable that we occasionally
measure our achievements; that we
eiamine the methods and machinery
of teaching citizenship and Chrlstlon
character and give some time to the
study and improvement of our schools.
NOW. THEREFORE, I. C. C.
Moore, Governor of the State of Ida
ho, in order to encourage universal
interest In our schools and education
hi general, do hereby proclaim the
week from Novemner seventeenth to
twenty-third as "American Education
week" and request that the people
of the state oliserve this week In
«operation with the United States
Bureau of Education, the American
legion, the National Education Asso
ciation and the Idaho educational
Association and the Idaho education
al system, to the end that educational
methods and opportunities may he
bettered and that stronger citizenship
may be encouraged.
In Witness Whereof, I have here
imto set my hand and caused to be
affixed the Great Seal of the State
« Idaho this twentieth day of Octo
ber, A D.
twenty-four.
nineteen hundred and
C. C. MOORE
Governor of Idaho.
ÎALL RAINS MAKING
UP FOR LOST TIME
The heavy downpour of raina has
th , Roni ' ril I on Camas prairie for
weeks, following the
in .m 1 l ' rv • st ' lls,,n ever experienced
■ _ section. Some rain has fal
niMi/'* 1 /'' <iay s * noe die eommenee
j n , riie showers and are prov
,,f «rent benefit.
Bstmf ' V '' ather ;ln 'l heavy falls of
, ui the fur mountains have
9 Part of tlie long rain. Coun
, which are not surfaced
ma,ie anto travel difficult.
I..,.,:
b-r,
PI roads
have
practical nurse
ADDS TESTIMONY
Mrs ' Grail Says Tanlac Is
Without An Equal.
, Mrs - Hattie (
'■all, a highly sueeess
*«d Doi^ns 1 Sts PraPtiCal n ' !rHP ' 32n<1 '
«ÄlTT tl "' mnny of her ad
r treat ni l ' f, ' ss " n t0 endorse the Tan
"rollowlnjr
Ä" 1 .
restiez.
hi
and
Des Moines, Iowa.
lv
« period of severe
two years ago," de
( 'nill recently,
M ®0d uncertain of my
scarcely dared
rails
ner
I was so
^ that
k «reet „
: "(a(Inch
1
go on the
suffered from violent
" ml dizzy spells, and again
alone, i
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POLLOCK
Special Correspondent

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The plans for the Highway inte
feml somewhat with the comfort of
the house of Mr. Fret! Hardin ; it has
therefore, recently been moved to a
convenient site for the Hardin
family Mr. Hardin's father recent
ly arrived to make a visit with his
sou and family.
Some of the voters
precinct.
more
now in Pollock
finding It imossible to re
turn to their homes previous to No
vember Fourth, and not having the
legal period of residence in Pollock
have availed themselves of the "ab
sent'' voting privilege, and have for
warded their affidavits so that their
ballots will be received in time
turn them to their legal voting
dnet to be counted there in the
ner prescribed by law.
Messrs. A., J. Woods
to re
pre
nmn
...... and O. W.
Rhoades, of Pollock, and Mr Miller
of California returned a few days ago
frorni a fishing trip and report having
had a fine catch of big fish In Hazard
Lake. Mr. Miller has lieen the guest
of Mr. Rhoades and now has left for
his home In California
Miss Irene Gotzinger, daughter of
Mr. Otto Gotzinger, Little .Salmon
River cattleman, Is now attending the
high school classes in the Riggins
school. It is said that the teachers
there this year are very efficient and
are obtaining good results with pupils
The Plnchurst school has been ad
vertising an entertainment for Nov.
1st., which begins with a program bv
the pupils, is followed by "shadows"
and by a supper from the very suh
stantlal and appetizing baskets that
the "shadows" will supply; dancing
will conclude the entertainment and
the proceeds are to be devoted to the
purchase of an organ for the school.
Mr. Albert Thrall has just built a
sleeping porch on the north side of
the little Surby house, which is the
winter home of the Misses Dickey.
Forty-eight hours of rain, practical
ly the first heavy fall for
many
months, has ben followed by somewhat
colder weather and the hilltops
now covered with snow although in
the gardens along the Little Salmon
River summer flowers—roses, petun
ias, cosmos, eto—continue to bloom
and it Is reported that on the mono
tain ranches squash vines and tomato
plants are still untouched by frost. J
Some hunting parties went out
few days back and It is stated that
they were fairly lucky, but to date
deer meat is not much in evidence.
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RIGGINS
Special Correspondent
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Mrs. J. O. Rhoades was in Riggins
Sunday from her ranch. She has
been assisting In organizing n Sun
day school. Mrs. Milton Camiflx
was named superintendent, Miss Mar
garet Gordon, secretary, Mrs. Bert
Wade, pianist and Mrs. Dean Har
rington, assistant pianist.
Dale Canlflx has ben quite 111, hut
Is recovering.
Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Cain were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Holbrook
last week.
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGaffee at
tended the stock dance at Whiteblrd
last week-end.
Miss Marguerite Gordon gave a
Hallowe'en party Friday evening.
Jack Howard and son, Mark passed
thru Riggins Saturday with a band
of cattle he purchased from Bob
Woodruff.
A dance will tie given at Riggins
Saturday, Nov. 8, for the benefit of
the school.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris, Dock
Nall and Earl Nall are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Chamtierlin.
♦ ♦(♦♦4> + ***+***f*
LUCILE
Special Correspondent
♦ ♦♦*4>****+ + **«'
I. A. Carr has installed a new radio
and has It in operation.
Harry Cain and Miss Hazel Butcher
motored to Riggins Sunday after
Miss Innle Kokta and Ruth Cornel
ius were visitors at the Twilegnr
home Sunday evening.
Loyal Rice, of Grangeville was a
business visitor In Luelle last week.
Miss Anna Kokta was a guest, at the
Daris home Saturday and Sunday.
Ralley Rice and son, Warren of
Grangeville, were at tlie Dew Drop
Inn last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wisdom and son.
and Miss Rellmetta Elfers and Claude
White were guests at the Elfers home
Sunday.
Roy Twllegar. who for the last two
weeks has been packing sample ore
from the McKinley mines will com
plete the work this week,
derstood that the mine will close for
tlie winter.




All are from Grangeville.
It is un
We've studied history a little, and
to tell old
as we're able
as near
Sampson was the first one to fall for
bobbed hair.
condition of extreme drowsi
time I was compelled to
from a
in •( i or ii
give iq) my work.
"But with Tanlac my recovery was
surprisingly rapid, and soon my nerves
normal, the pains left
dite and digestion
I was strong
work of nursing.
were entirely
my head, my «Ills
became perfect l
enough to resume my
In short. Tanlac built me up so I have
enjoyed sound health ever since.
Is for sale by all good
substitute. Ov
and
Tanlac
druggists.
40 Million bottles sold.
Accept no
er
Vegetable Pills recoin mend
manufacturers of TANLAC .
Tanlac
ed by the
* + + + + ^ + ++ + + +fr+
big cedar
Special Correspondent
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ij.
+
+ + + + + + H.
J l "?*1 Russell Stadtman and
ïiü' y -eî vennU-k departed for Mt
Idaho Thursday where they plan to
i 1 h nd J. >e . " mter cuttll 'K wood on the
•lohn Stadtman homestead
near there.
Mm. Gross has just finished digging
siMv° re t that
Sixty sacks. Many of the potatoes
cighed two to three iiounds each.
Tlie young
Homer Clemens passed away Sunday
morning following a brief Illness The
(Icmens have the sympathy of the
entire community.
, A J ur Ke crowd attended a Hallowe
en dance at the Clear Creek
non«** Hrthiy evening
Kood time.
of Mr. ana Mrs
son
school
and report a
CRESCENT HILL ASYLIM
receives money
,, ■) fctter fr "m the Crescent Hill
tetreat (Idaho Stale Sanitarium) at
isampa, acknowledges receipt of mon
ey from faneywork sold during the
Idaho County Fair this fall by Mrs
J. 1 -amont, of this citv. The letter
says in part :
"This is to
acknowledge receipt of
a money order to the amount of thir
ty dollars and fifty cents for the a
musement fund for the girls of (he
Crescent Hill Retreat.
"You will
never know how much
the girls appreciate the Interest 1
have shown them each and every one
expressed themselves and asked iue to
thank you for them."
i he sanitarium has several articles
left that are for sale by Mrs. {Lament
yon
Public
A
At my former place, 1 mile south of the Imperial Hotel, Grangeville
opposite the Spencer ranch, on
Saturday, 15
NOVEMBER M
At 1 P. M.
Sale Commences
Sharp
Board
One Wooden Chum
One Glass Wash
One Glass Chum
One Lawn Mower
70 feet of Rubber Hose
Several Boxes Apples
One Sled and Drag Rack
One 16 ft. Wood Rack
Two Dressers
Two Beds and Springs
One Stand
One Ice Chest
One Sanitfuy Cot
14 x 16
Two Small Pieces Linoleum
One Clock
Linoleum
One 16 inch Walking Plow
One Garden Cultivator
One 3-Section Harrow
70 Grain Sacks
6 Rough Lock Chains 2 Log Chains
6 Cord 16in. Black Pine Wood
1 Y» Doz. White Leghorn Chickens
Two Rocking Chairs
Two Cupboards
One Heater
One Dining Table and 6 Chairs
One Cook Table
One Home Comfort Range
One Washing Machine
One Wash Boiler
One Saddle
4 Pitch Forks
One Tub
15 HEAD of CATTLE 15
Consisting Of
Two 2-Year-Old Heifers
Two Spring Calves
Seven Yearling Heifers
Four Yearling Steers
Terms of Sale: CASH In Hand
E De MOSS
rH
1
HARRY C. CRANKE, Auct.
A. N. DYER, Clerk.
Owner.
j
VESIEHIS
Interesting Items of Former
Years Taken from Free
Press Files
(33 Years Ago)
Nov. 8, 1889
and Mrs. Hall and their
daughter, Miss Winnie, arrived home
from their Portland trip last Friday.
Crange ville polies) more votes than
Lewiston on Tuesday's election.
Horn—To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Litch
field, of Elk City, on Oct. 21», 1889,
a son.
(V. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith
turned from a tour
states on Monday's stage and
heartily welcomed
friends here,
as Indiana.
The acreage seeded to wheat on the
prairie this fall is very large,
stead of losing heart because of the
short crop this year, our people an*
more hopeful than ever.
Frank White
freight from Lewiston this week for
A, & F. with eight mules.
The Cleveland
ro
of the western
were
by their many
Tliey were us far east
in
hauled 9500 llis. of
will em
company
Ploy ten men all winter on the Cleve
land mine in Alton district, on de
velopment work.
President Harrison
twin sisters. North and South Da
kota, into tlie Union by proclamation
Nov. 2.
admitted the
John Riggins and W. F. Schmade
ka returned from their visit to the i
Fair last week. They went up the
Willamette valley as far as Eugene. '
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COAL
We have KNIGHT and PEACOCK coal
PHONE 411
on
hand at all times.
I
Madison Lumber & Mill Company
/'MÛT'
What has become of the old-fash
ioned girl who used to think that
when she was kissed she was en
gaged.
, . . , . .
a skiuny ^ rl nny more than a sk iuny
triri "ants to he like a fat girl.
A fat girl doesn't want to be like
If Mr. Ford can make the old-fash
loned square dance popular again,
he'll lie a benefactor. Rut we have
very little hope.
Having now consented to pay her
debts, Germany will begin, like an
honest citizen, by borrowing more
money

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