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? SERVICE I » / We offer service to all Small accounts are given the same attention as larger ones. Hartford and Home Standard Fire Insurance Eimers & Dyer, Agents. ♦ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGEVILLE I SHAREHOLDERS RESPONSIBILITY OVER TWOM1LLION DOLLARS mmmsmitmimiKmmmtsmmÊÊmsmm KtuliS Must lan!. CLOTHCRAFT Tailored Clothes m m [Uc in 99 —do not depend upon "Style alone to recommend them m , ; The styles are in good taste—the kind of Style you can wear anywhere with the ease of mind that comes from know ing that you're correctly dressed. But Style alone isn't worth the well known "whoop" if Quality doesn't go with it. you get fine, woolen fabrics, good tailoring, craft garment will look well, not only while it is new, but after you've had It in service a long time. The prices? Moderate indeed for Clothcraft quality. The Navy Blue and Brown with the pencil stripes are very popular and are wonderful values at The greatest values in Blue and Grey serges in America is the Clothcraft specials at Let us show you this line of clothing, whether you wish to buy or not In Clothcraft Tailored Clothes Your Cloth $33.50 $29,50 # n LTD En. I LYRIC Entertainment ♦ THIS WEEK * y y y "The Alaskan ♦ Thurs. Fri. Sat. ♦ Regular Prices ♦ Sun. Mon. i I "Anna Christa" f I || I Comedy-News ♦ Tues. Wed. ; Sinners in Heaven ■> u Paramount Special Father Ill —Mrs. E. H. Altman de parted Monday morning for Steam boat Springs, Colo., having been call ed there by the serious illness of her father. New Supervisor Arrives—A new forest supervisor, arrived at the St. Joseph's hospital in Lewiston on Oc tober 29. 8Vi pounds and will probably be nam ed ILeon C. Hurtt, Jr- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon O. Hurtt. The new director weighs HARPSTER YOUTHS PAY FIRE FINES Edwin and Jess Manes, of Harps ter, appeared iteforc Peace J. E. Byrom and paid fines of $10 for leaving fires in the Nez Perce National for est on August 2. They also paid costs. At first the boys pleaded not guil but changed their minds and made it guilty. Justice of the on Wednesday ty, BRITISH DÉCLARÉ CRICKET FASTER THAN BASEBALL Baseball is a monotonous game compared with cricket, according to cricket experts of the London news papers, who reported the first of the games played between the New York Giants and the Chicago White Sox in the British capital last week. "An inning .by the dullest profes sional cricketer who ever dawdled through the leaden hours of an Eng lish cricket ground has infinite var iety when compared with the thwack ing of a baseball star," was the judg ment of the Manchester Guardian re porter. "He has only two possible strokes; one in the slow one with a cross hat ; the other is a smothering stroke, which will enable him to bolt for first base as in tip-run while the pitcher and catcher tumble over each other in rescuing the bull from the mid-wicket. "What usually happens is that the striker slogs the hull into deep field, high in the air, whence it descends in to one of the capacious gloves, whose wearers are quite infallible in getting to the right place for the catch. "There is no obviously perceptible variation In the pitching which is all as fast and furious as may he, but, ! of course, there is enormous skill in it. "death ray" The inventor of the 1 won't sell it to the U. S. That's all I right. We've still got the recipe for making moonshine whiskey. About thirty-eight times a year the average woman swears she never will buy anything else from a ped tiler. * ❖ Law is certainly a queer business. They swear a man to tell the truth and every time lie shows signs of doing it some- lawyer objects. * * ❖ -> Every auto driver knows how to tell when he's on the wrong road. It's always the road with Hie most detour signs on it. •> j The reason you seldom see a wid ow around Grangeville with bobbed hair is because there is no one to tell * * her she mustn't. Wouldn't it i>e nice if the man you rent from would give you a coupon every time you finished paying for tlie house. * * * * 4 .j. I Men used to die with their boots on, but *now tliey depart with their boot-leg. t Î Edison predicts a four-hour work ing day. Now, with our four-wheel brakes, hot dog ! ♦ # ? Ÿ * •> ^ The man of the house may do the shopping at the grocery, but no wo man likes this mule-order stuff. Phunny Phoebe, reading alHiut for "Btates" Iteing represented * ty-seven in the League of Nations, ventures the remark that New Jersey always was stubborn! ❖ * * 1 t * With nil these letters of tho nl phabet being used, it's hard to tell whether they are announcing a diri gible, calling a radio station, or mere ly starting into kindergarten class. I ❖ ❖ ELK CITY , Special Correspondent A. * *h ❖ ^ ^ ^ ♦** **♦ *** *î + *** and Alva Fields left Mike Bagley Tuesday for Portland, Oregon to at of the stockholders tend a meeting of the Idaho-Nevada Mine. Mr. Fields will spend the winter on the coast but Mr. Bagley expects to return to Elk City the last of November. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McConnel pass Saturday morning on to G range ville to spend ed thru town their way the winter. Mrs. Richard Kleesattel spent the week In town visiting friends. A. W. Boyd enter of their friends last 'Mr. and Mrs. tallied a few Saturday evening at progressive whist. Miss Baskett and M. won the highest scores and Mrs. Per ry and Mr. Kincaid were awarded the consolation. A- most delicious lunch was served at midnight and the Boyds were voted a most suc cessful host and hostess. Perry familv in .Lee Sutton moved ids -j-*-:-*****' V' -> * <* •> f THE SIMS STORE * * 9 JfiSk ❖ -> * » V * * ❖ « :■ * * * > ♦ * ♦ ❖ ❖ <• * * * ❖ Y OU Lave probably been subjected to some high-pressure salesmanship lately by hoisery canvassers. Most Grangevillo ladies have. Per haps you have been convinced that your own stores cannot offer you the same hoisery values as do these tives. direct-from-the-mill représenta i i And yet the fact is that probably most of the stores in Grangeville buy their hoisery direct from manufacturers—in our case, from Marshall Field & Co., who own and operate the well-known Burlington hoisery mills. We, after all, are the one and only "middleman," and we bear the * same ptositu.n as the salesman who travels from house to house and sells you his wares. And we leave it to your own intelligence to decide wheth ❖ er your own store can sell you hoisery with less * overhead expense than the travelling canvasser, with his railway fare,, hotel expenses, and time ^ consuming calls from house to house. Printed words are rather futile alongside the ^ clever sales practice of the house-to-house can t vasser. Actual comparison of values will, how f ever, tell the story if your mind is open. Hoisery as you need it, in the colors that are the most desired at the particular moment you want it, and from stores that are right at your door, ready and willing to assure complete satis -faction, and at prices that compare favorably with those you pay the out-of-town concerns. To say nothing of the honest satisfaction of building up your own community thru loyalty to your home institutions ,and by your patronage to make your stores still better and more desirable places to trade. t t *> I ♦ ' Isn't it worth considering? If it is—and to satisfy yourself as to our sin ceiity—ask to see Marshall Field & Co's., "Never mend" $1.00 All-Silk Hose; also tlieir $1.50 qual ity, and their nationally known number. La France i 6 y y For our part we invite your patronage on no other basis than that of meriting it. THE SIMS STORE High Shoes at $1.48 to $2.19 Only a few pair of these women's high top shoes at such ridiculously low prices. Cuban or military heels, and of a service value of several times these close-out prices. Style changes force us to take this loss on these shoes. WIDE BELTS POPULAR Wide lK*lts are the vogue, and are worn with the gay flannel dresses, woolen sport dresses and practic ally every other type except striot ly evening wear. You'll find the latest liere in patent leather, kid a ! XU and suede. The TO u CASH SAVING PRICES and they will M. Sutton from Stites Sunday live in the Elk Hotel, will drive the Oro Grande stage. Tim and sehool Monday and tip 3 to twenty Billy Sutton Violet, started to brings six. the enrollment up and Alva in the Big Bernard York and sons Cox went hunting over Creek country and expect to be gone week or ten days. a SUPPLY AND DEMAND Supply and demand alone do not govern prices of commodities or pro duction because quality nearly al wavs enters into the question. it is difficult to think of even any ordinary article or substance that does not have varying degrees of quality, from nails to salt, from silks to au tomobiles. This is particularly true of where quality is literary products. just about everything. He who can put a price on the brain of man is a clever economist. Large ly. man must put his own price on himself; hut when he does that he lets in the ego, wholesome or other wise. Here is where the man must Oregon Citv Woolen Mills « A ppp - mi ■ ■ m V' mmm SSW# ; j YsfpU HI --.-A 1 I I 1 f* mm* his own exalted determine between opinion of himself , and that of the! of the world—between nndeter \ nines und the pie and undenting rest mined creative determined material laws of supply and demand. YOUNG PEOPLE GIVE PARTY Shearer, Cornelius Nail, Harley Lingo and Lysle Bene dict entertained students at a Halloween party in the K. of P. hall last Friday evening. The hall was decorated prettily in colors of the occasion. Supt. J. F. Burney gave an inter esting talk to the guests at the party. A violin solo by Miss Evellyn Chapp, accompanied by Miss Mildred Grif fith, was enjoyed. Dancing was featured night, when a lunch was served. Miss Georgia fifty high school until mid Just as soon as some men climb on the band wagon they want to do all the driving and direct the music too. There is only one thing worse than running into a joy-killer—and that is having him run into you. to ©©na Ask the youngsters where Toy laud is ! They know ! Right in the balcony at The Sims Store. That's where the Christmas fun commences. It's opening is almost an event itself. No place else do youngsters of the community get a peep into Santa Claus' Work Shop—where almost everything he has been at work at during the long sum mer months is assembled wait ing for the eventful Chrismas Eve. The Sims Store makes it a special point to boost the kid dles Christmas along by picking just the nicest possible assort ment of things, and always look ing for something new. best of all, Toyland prices are always low. And Fall Coats Needed Now You can still find very attrac tive fall coats here without con sidering " left - overs, are carrying only a limited number of garments at this period of the season, those we have have been very carefully selected from ship ments sent us on approval, and re flect the latest style trenda The prices are right in line with our reputation for reasonable - priced ready-to-wear. While we Attractive Prices on Fall Dresses At this season of the year you will find some exceptionally attrac tive prices on very pretty dresses, In silks, flannels, woolens, and com binations of silk and wool. With the fall and winter season of social activities just ahead, , this is a splendid opportunity to make an appropriate selection. Y ou ll Save Doctor Bills By Checking Up This Item /. T« avoid colds and sick ness it Is well to see that the family is properly un derclothed at this season. The requirements of the entire family have been well considered in the sel ection of our stock. Re liable lines have been our first consideration, and t reasonable prices our next. \ Whether It's silk wool for yourself, or a finely spun cotton gar ment, or Soft warm wool ens for the children, or "heavies" for the men folk, you'll find it worth your while to look here. Sp :r Y 'i ' A - I n: Cm S ;■( : f Will. i 1 ami V i ' ' ! T I ROMO HiLI» itr i!,a i i-.-ï post BilAriO »-<£> - Reliable Underwear For All The Family Appearance That Lasts The young man wants both style and wearing qualities in an Over coat. Not a garment that will look nice just the first few weeks, while new : but a coat that will keep looking nice. That's exactly where the Oregon City overcoats head the procession. Made by real craft man tailors, designed right up to the minute, and constructed from fabrics made from ail virgin wool grown right here in the west, these overcoats are better known through out America today than any other line, either; lower priced another line that will please you too. They are not high priced yet, for those wishing a garment, we have DON'T WEAR „,, tl y l iu ,. have had -satisfaction that Before ; your j will he removed hv - | present day, too ' „'an F sold simply for what it , them, without regard to the^ n hat you need ' ae CLASSES it Proven troubi A t tbg glasses atB t your use. out ' M-S is sound, honest, stroighlfto^ 011 ^ ion, supported by the neve* d opi " experience, quallficationr«!^ ski « tiou. You would understaart reput * say the above If y OU Ä%: told to me by people wh 0 d 6 tal « ses improperly fitted ..,^ re Ö« made their eyes worse.' Äf* « wear glasses be sure tn s hate fitted by a specialist so ,,, ve tke FULL BENEFIT from th^ ?" f( mg the proper ones property %£' my work being p*** now get th Through ough and satisfactory, i from towns where there eye specialists—that thing. so tho IV i reside T « means If you are particular y°« r or your childrens eL b * DR. W. S. JACKSON, the FTpY® CIALIST. Office ia Smiths ^ Store, opposite the Cami Bank, Main Street, Graneevin ho. b 11 Jewel Pm e, Ii X&-2J Making The Home A ttractive ÏÏ If V I y Î •j i i :,vr; f (' onion Changing the draperies in a room costs very little compared to the added attractiveness which comes from the change. The newest pat terns await your choice. Unusual Beauty In Outing Flannel \ k ■C Imperial ^ Outing Flannel* So many uses for outing flannel at this season. And yet such a waste of time in making garments where the material is of a Quality that fails to stand the test of wear. Our outings are of known quality, yet not high in price, and in a variety of colors and patterns that assure your being pleased. s WEARWEUBl Vam. < Durabk.JiMtrious./\ A* v to and comfortable frosty nights • Warm, cozy on these sleep Itetween and beautiful in appearance, selection includes attractive P ^ in the lower priced , blankets and ranges ap f) „. wool and cotton ^ finest all-wool products o ) Marshall Field & Co- «„ low City Mills- They are l-^« 1 that we are confident , buy equal blanket 'alte money rmr the it («Dill vom elsewhere.