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Ariel C. Cherry
CHERRY
ft Quarts
I^rneys-at-law
jjcNutt Bldg. Phone 152
" 1 sA lMON,
IDAHO
c aRP enTER v
TESDOY. IDAHO
GENERAL AUCTIONEErt
.„«• SOLD AT PRIVATE
' pl'DLlC SALE.
r eMH | DIN'NG ROOM
SALMON
jf tV Management by
. an( l Mrs. Foss.
-KELLY'S
"estate AND LIVE STOCK
' agency
SALMON. IDAHO_
r^HlTWELL M. D.
'vciCIAN AND SURGEON
TS1 Salmon. Idaho
tfcKicoll Building, over Ev
erett- s store.
attention given to the
", of chronic diseases such
natisni. indigestion, nervous
goiter, catarrh.
( etc. __
tvTiiscoE,
FARM loans
aae, Auditing and Collecting.
Salmon, Idaho
varicose
Il F. HANMER»
ÎSICIAN AND SURGEON
* Steele Building, Main Street
... phone 51, Office Phone 4.
t|DGE & CAPERON TRANS
FER COMPANY
TRANSFER WORK AND
Ruling, salmon, idaho.
SERVICE AND ALWAYS
RELIABLE
^ES A OWENS' TRANSFER
motor truck
L a nd small parcels delivered
anywhere. Phone 175.
L HUBBARD.
DENTIST
Dentistry in all its branches
'in Steel Block. Phone 19
Res. Phone 50
Salmon, Idaho
ISIENNON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I Offices I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Salmon, Idaho
L O'BRIEN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1 Lemhi or Leadore, Idaho.
Dr. J. M. ASHLEY
DENTIST
Gas Given
|0. F. Bldg. SALMON, IDAHO
LOUIS FREY
AL PLUMBING AND HEAT
ING
SALMON, IDAHO
estimates, which are always
furnished. .
|T. H. BURBRIDGE & SON
'STABLE. HAY, GRAIN AND
FOR SALE AT THE OLD
NON LUMBER YARD. WE AL
|D0 A GENERAL TEAMING
KESS.
[CORA R. PIPPENGER,
OSTEOPATH
Idaho
Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Kial attention to out of town
Its.
on fuel and Supply Co.
C04L—OIL—GASOLINE
$100 Reward, $100
• readers of thi 3 paper will be
j rn tîîat the re is at least
lEiided disease that science has
1«* to cure in all its stages and
I» catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
by constitutional conditions
! Jfbkhutional treatment. Hall's
■s. i cine taken internally and
Blood on the Mucous Sur
|L';! system thereby destroying
, the disease, giving the
building up the con
and assisting nature in doing its
I j, ,, Proprietors have so much
L !?- curative powers of Hall's
,hat they offer One
" for any case that it fails
.V". ,i?t of testimonials.
I fc-L-i CHENEY & CO.. Toledo,
LT 1 b > al! Druggist. 75c.
^ to.
and city PROPERTIES
D ACCIDENT INSURANCE
-JONES' FARM LOANS
- 316 & ttly responsible com
Notary Public.
• » MdreBs P. J. DEMPSEY,
Manager.
n:e th e Best Teacher.
t L* tku' «Emitted that exper
l^raiak **** teacher, but should
is »n USf of ,he experience of
a;: our own? The ex
v / lf , a thousand persons is
f in j. "^Pfnded upon than that '
lutein* V dual - ^ Ia ny thousands j
pL . Vp used Chamberlain -
l % for coughs and colds
)ro'
»^diseases. Try it. It is
results, which shows it
j
t i »L ' u *'t " illVvl M1U n b I«
Jar tw rouehl >' reliable prépara
^ueetual and pleasant to
1 ^** h 'ng tne Hose.
« fu!l of company rushed
■ fiotvus f..''* 1 ^ roni head to feet,
'•sths » exclaimed his aston
I r ' where have you teen?'
' u*^ i! ^ Donald. "I beer
ac iKise ***
IF NOT REGÎsTERgrv* + ♦*+**
not VOTE Nn E Ji D YOU CAN
voters on elect,0" RINC ,n
Mrs. Marion
DAY.
daughter and
Butte
little
rived Snday^fir^he m aUt08 ar '
cy. J IOr lhf! Merritt agen
mon 7rL b ' d lt:: n reC ^ i° Sal
marria;
Dillen
announcing the
of Marry Butler
 h î£ -
™ b ' *»»« « Z7
M I h f Smlth-Kane sheep arrived hv
"ifr* "*">• ah z ST15
without
t
;
in
t
came through from Weiser'
w
in
t r> .
law,, 0 **' and baby arrived
in Salmon on Sunday Y^ro,? the
coast. Mr. Rose was formerly enea*.
ed in farming on the Wagonhammer.
tn F h? d k L ' , Viel Was able to return
after S fl business on Monday morning
after a session of a week with ill
X't?e b' hiCh Viel «"« ^eid'
€'ui> the best man.
Brown's market being commission
ed by a gentleman
him two boxes
found what was
Myers ranch in tubers that weigh
more than two pounds each
The general order closing public
assemblies of all kinds in halls and
churches has put a stop lo the lec
tures m the interest of Red Cross
work in which Miss Laura Shoup
has been engaged as field agent for
the Northwest division. Miss Shoup
returned to Salmon last week.
have
in Butte to get
01 Lemhi potatoes,
wanted on the Lee
Turlee ..„«i \r„ t, , . „
..... lea -p<) Ralr)h Quarles'were
nmnertv „„ Mupdoch resid -nee j
Second strlu 6 C< ^ r ° f Fr0nf an d j
i „ .' ' ' a ~l . tbey took P°kscs-1
sion this week. This place was for
merlv o^red and occupied by Mrs
Black. The original residence of
J.udge Quarles in Salmon was on this
street/ in the block north, where
Judge. Paugham now resides.
The community of Carmen creek I
is welcoming the new bride in the
home of George C ook, a member of j
the well known firm of live stock'and
men of Cook Bros. The lady's fbrmer
home was Oakland, California. She |
was before her marriage, which took j
place in that city two weeks ago, a
Miss Nordsfrum, whose father is a
prominent resident of the bay city,
Mr. and Mrs. John McArthur re
turned list week from an automobile
trip as far as Twin Falls country
where they were able to see the Fi
ler fair. When they arrived home the
Lemhi fair was under way and com
parisons were unavoidable as to the
two exhibitions. In this our fair did
not suffer but had the decided advan
tage, according to the opinion of the
McArthurs.
SALMON BAKERY
ALL
SOFT
KINDS OF
DRINKS
ORANGADE
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
AT THE SALMON BAKERY
H. L. SMITH, Prop.
a
'
j
LOCAL SPECIAL
FOR SALE—Registered Poland Chi
na boar, year old. Apply at McAr
thur Ranch. Salmon Idaho.
FOUND—A Good Morning watch at
race track on last cia; of fair. Own
er may recover at Th*- Recorder
office.
FOR RENT—Furnished house on
Ri v er street, inquire of Mrs. t*.
C. Jones.
FOUND—Bar Din set with chip dia
monds and opals. Left at Record* :
office for owner.
PLEASE PHONE me your ord*-r.
for the Ladies Home Journal. Ihe
Saturday Evening Post and < oun
try Gentleman.. I will attend * >
them promptly and accurately.
MRS. ELMA B. ASHTON, Sainton
FOR SALE—Singer sewing machin* .
in new condition will be sold cheap.
Call or telephone Ed 15 ard s res
idence, Salmon.
FOR SALE—A brass bedstead, mat
tress and springs, sanitary couch
and mattress, all in new condition,
which will be sold below cost for
the reason that owner has no
room for them, Cail a '
corder office for particular
. . _,, rû
FOR SALE—11" head^ put
Cotswold ram Iamb«. *-G p
bred
r head.
Kelly.
5 and •»
Salmon.
Horse« H'»)
« old: team
and 13"°
s veèr« old: -.ul'A
old and a fresh cow
I years old. Apply Record r oCic
FOR SALE—Shari
stock of the Fian* •,*
Co. See K-Vy, Srtfm
See Harry
FOR SALE—Team
pounds
mares, betwe*
pound«. • and
mare- » v-ar.«
of the caprfal
Pank « Trust
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
t A «ALMON LOCAL 8 ♦
•■* + ^ + + + 4-4--J-^. + + ++ + +
George F. Mahoney va» over from
Leesburg this week.
Mrs W. T. Hutchins of Leadore
was a Salmon visitor this week.
** L Kirkpatrick of Leesburg
; p ' m Monday in the dentists chair
in Salmon.
J A. Wolcott came up from the
t me creek district on Monday for a
day'» business in Salmon.
•F NOT REGISTERED YOU CAN
NOT VOTE. NO SWEARING
VOTERS ON ELECTION DAY.
IN
Jack Hain was off duty for the
j
first of the week with a substitute i
in the cab of the G. and P. engine
James O'Conner arrived home
from Camp Lewis on Wednesday
last on furlough for a visiL His
mother resides at Korney
Born to Mr. and Mrs.
" •*-» ait. ana
Moore on October 7
Hoy
a fine baby boy.
Mother and baby doing fine at the
home of Mrs. Jessie Daniela, Baker.
■State Engineer Allen, in company
with Federal Engineer Henry, be
sides other members of the staff of
Mr. Alleh, Mr Kahl and Mr Coal,
are going over the Salmon river
highway construction this week.
Charles Hewitt, a prominent min
ing engineer of Butte, is in the Sal
nun mining district this week. The
big things of our country are attract
ing the best talent and the big ope
rators this fall as never before.
To add to the display of grains
and grasses shown in The Recorder
exhibit, mentioned last week. M. H.
Maydole has left a' the office a bas
ket of Gem potatoes that look well
in the good company of Briney's
farm products. The Maydole contri
bution includes 16 tubers that weigh
|nearly 35 pounds. Numbers of them
Quarles'were down weight at the 2% pound
j mark. Mr. Mavdole made them grow
d j solid but still flaky by watering
them once only in the growing sea
'son
Charles H. Webb was appraisedjlast
early in the week that Mrs. Webb
and their daughter Gladys were
{alarmingly ill front the prevailing
malady Mrs. Webb, who had been on
I a visit to the home of another daugh
iter, Mrs Laird, in Boise, stopped on
j her way home to visit Miss Gladys
still another daughter, Mrs.
{Hoerschner, in Butte, where the ill
| ness overtook them in virulent form,
j Mr. Webb has been greatly distress
ed since receiving the alarming re
port about them. The Webbs are
j prominent residents of near Carmen.
"FLU" IN STARR FAMILY
t-LU IN b akk
Mr. and Mr.«. Clvde S'arr and a I
li i i til
young lady ot th- sane household
are the onlv sufferers in Lemhi enutt
ty front Spanish influenza, according
to reports made to,the county health
officer. Dr. Wright ' r he Starts re
side on 'he Barrack ranch. The
health officer reports the malady in
light form and ur.ler control.
IF NOT REGISTERED YOU CAN
NOT VOTE. NO SWEARING IN
VOTERS ON ELECTION DAY.
Has High Opinion of
Tabl ; ts.
"1 have a high opinion of Chamber
Iain's Tablets for
a laxative," writes
Charleston, Hl. I have never found
anything so mild and pleasant to
use. My brother has also used these
tablets with satisfactory result«."

Chamberlain's
r biliousness and :<s
« Mrs t. A. Barnes,
T Lo«*a tv *. » - o r f. vt t VA* I
For Sale
Team of Work Horses, Buggy, and Set of Single
Harness
Brood Sows, Bronz Turkeys, Indian Runner
Ducks. Hay—65 Acres for pasture.
Soft Wheat for Chicken Feed.
12 Milk Cans, 5 and 10 gallon, 1-1 Dozen Milk
Bottles and Complete Dairy Outfit consisting of
Cooler, Pouring Cans, Bottle Racks and Cases,
Milk Bottle Caps, Milk Scales, also Butt Staff.
Cow Halters and Milk Fever Outfit.
Priced rieht as we don't need this stuff.
tW. C M'CORMICK.
When a man gets to wanting
real tobacco comfort and
lasting quality he can go
straight to Real Gravely
Chewing Plug every time.
Peytcn Brand
Real Gravely
Chewing Plug
10c a pouch —and worth it
G-aos/y fast* so mach longer it costs
no more: to chew than ordinary ptag
P. B. Grs«'v Tobacco Coo=?a=7
I/&fiVlÜ-, N i**
J
♦ f.4 <•♦♦•>♦*♦♦♦♦
❖ THE «ALMON-ARMSTEAO
+ AUTO STAGE
j ' - •>
❖ Three times a week each 4
war, leaving Salmon every •>
❖ Monday. Wednesday and Frl 4*
•> day and leaving Armstead ev- 4*
•> ery Tuesday, Thursday an Sat- •>
❖ unlay, arriving at destination 4
*•* early in the afternoon of same *>
'•* days Carry ing mails and pas •>
•I* «enger». Prompt service. No de
❖ lays. No long stops at lntepned- 4
4* iate atetioos. Through fare. $6 4
4- 4- + + + + •>■:• + + <• -> + + ->
4- *
TWO SALMON BOYS VICTIMS
OF SPANISH INFLUENZA
The wires have brought the sad
* *° î ' i, ' nlon ? R at ,wo °f our boys
Harry Bullock anJ Jack Kirkham.
the former in Camp Fremont and. the
buter in Camp Lewis, have been
taken as victims of Spanish tnflum
* a
^oung Bullock died October 12
and his body is expected to arrive In
Salmon today. The death of young
KirkhBm was announced by tele--Annie
gram received by Mrs. Roy Buchan
an. his' sister, yt-sterdav aftertroor,
The funeral arrangements have not
been announced. The home of the
Kirkhanta is near Tendoy Mrs Mar
garet Kirkham is the mother of this
stricken home and the father was
the late Robert Kirkham The moth
and elder daughter. Miss Olive,
went to Camp Lewis upon being ap
prised of the dangerous condition of
the soldier They will return with
the body. There are two other sis
ters and a younger brother surviv
ing. ,
I. it. Wilson, the democratic can
didate for the office of state senai >r
from Custer county, has been In
Salmon this week as a wttness In
court Mr. Wilson Is a leading citfy.en '
of the Pahslmaroi.
Earl Niemann, the Harmony min
ing man, was at the Tormey on Mon
day and Tuesday.
I
CIRCULAR SAW ACCIDENT
Georg« England, elder son of J
G. England, was severely Injured
Sunday morning by a circular
saw belonging to the Stin*-'Marshall
threshing outfit which was sawing
, . . ..
w.; 1 at the time The young man
was removing a small piece of slab
front fouling the saw and used hit» i
foot to kick it away when the revolv- i
ing disc caught his trouser's l"g. Not
only the flesh but the bon*- was lac
erated. The sufferer was broutth' to!
the Hanmer hospital where danger !
front the wounds was promptly pre
vent'd b)' the attefitions of Drs. H.tn-:
n:er and Wright. Young England is
Ik years of age anil was about to t-n
ter the naval branch of the military
service.
o
'service.
_
I
ppAri AM ATIHKI
proclamation ;
Whereas, we ar- now engaged in
|'h" most titanic struggle for httm.itr
liberty ever known to the world and
evry strengthening force should !>■
invoked to sustain the hearts and
arms of the nations engaged in thi
holy cause, which can best be done
by continuing ever conscious of the
! eleven
j
I
righteousness of Ihe caus
we are engaged and keeping
hearts in harmony therewith.
Now, therefor, it is direct*'
' at the our of eleven o'clock
day. except Sunda> all bells In U .
jCity of Salmon be made to strike,
times, ami that during th
rson
In which
. ,
1 that
. :;rh
..period of such striking every person
j n prayer, meditation or ear
I
nest hope for th* succès ; of out
arms and th*- «afety of our b-iy
L. E. GLENNON, Mayor
♦♦♦
* LEMHI LOCALS •>
Most of the Hayden basin folks
were visitors at the Salmon fair.
Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Tobias, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Coiner.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holbrook, Geo
Holbrook, Arthur Coiner, Phoebe
Mahoney and children, Mr and Mrs.
Ed Lawyer and family, Charles
Booth. All report a good lime
The llarce Bros. trtv in Salmon to
gel their Sheep, ft*si nice ones.
Stock are doing fine on the range
now as the new feed Is good and the
range looks more like June time
N^vembe'
LEMHI SCHOOL REPORT
The names of the pupils of
the
I^-vnhi school neither absent nor tar
___ __
dy for the month ending October the
fourth Ruby, Harold, Herbert and 1
Austin Allison, Edgar and Carl An»-1
om*on. Frit* Boh*. Claude, Paul and
FOR SALE—-Hay and pasture at th*
Axlln*- McCormick ranch.
Orville Gill, Glenn Livermore Ta>
lor and Merle Mahaffey, Clifford and
Fdrte .Stow,-II. Lola and Hermit To
bias. Wilbur GUI was nat tartly and
tele--Annie Ryan, Rosy and Annie Oltmer
not absent
-
NOT VOTE,
IF NOT REGISTERED YOU CAN
NOT VOTE. NO SWEARING IN
VOTERS ON ELECTION DAY.
IF NOT REGISTERED YOU CAN
NO SWEARING IN
VOTERS ON ELECTION OAY.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
' Charles
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
.Social No. 019020
Department of the Interior. P, S.
latnd Office at Hatley, Idaho, Sep
tember 25, 1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
M. Burroughs of la-mhl.
I Lemhi county, Idaho, who, on No
vember IK, 1918. made Homestead
Entry, No. 019020, for SV9 NW'*
N'a SW*i, section 17., township IK
north, range 24 east, Boise Meridian,
has filed notice of Intention to make
three year final proof to establish
claim to the land above described
before Erie H Casterlin, Probate
Judge, at Salmon, Dahl county,
Idaho, on the twentieth day of No
vember, 191 k
Claimant names as
Mark I ». Miller. Joseph I> <»rft<|>.
f;il] H A1 ,,aon. All
o( Lemh , 1>>mhl om , n , y . Idaho ,
i njey; jj GRAY. Register
i October 4 November 8.
!
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Serial No. <11778*
Department of the Interior, IV S
I-an»1 Office at Halley, Idaho, Seje
tenibor 25. 191K
NOTICE is hereto» given that Wil
ber B. Ha vs of Tendoy, Idaho, who,
o n May 20, 1915, made Homestead
Entry, N** oi 77 kk. f* r SEQ N W '« ;
NE 1 , SW>, 8W, NW'.: !«ot 4.
Sort ion 5. Townsrlp 19 north, ran*«
, „ ; , %»„.* tt u r, t,«» nt..*t no
24 fftMf 'f* rlulHn, lift** HI u fi
; tlce of lnl ,. n tion to make three ye„r
omabllah claim to the
. ;)n( | described before Alb'», <'
Merritt. United States CBrr.mtsston
,, r< at Silntort, Idaho, on the twentl
. ,it day of November, 1918.
Claimant names as witness,«:
Clarence Pveatt of Tendov. I'Ja't *•
William ■' Jolly of Tendoy. Ma to.
Charles W Snook of Salmon. Idaho:
Frank K Andrews of Salmon. Idaho.
REV R GRAY. Register.
October 4 November 8.
j
____ .
RE-OPENED
THE SHENON DININC ROOM
BY MRS. TAYLOR
i IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH
; Hagen's Cash Market
for meats, vegetables and poultry
FRESH. COOKED AND SALTED
A oir.p
am, tongue
fresh
of all kinds. Cold
chicke
MI fruit
Phone vour orders
'Ttnti* >n
\VE PAY BEST PRICE IN NORTHWEST
FOR
Con-i tin your nt s
exceptional «clhng erv:
CATTLE AT ALL TIMES
■,h ; pment to us and jje* the l>er. "
ervice. We tan furnish you
Sen i for our weekly
Iter.
P. W. MURPHY COMMISSION CO.
Sito/tfpir ! tiion Shtri; )urd-<
\WlS11L\tiTOX
S UOk . !. \
yp AND DOWN THE LINE
Just a little plow and a little dirt
Makes a little drain ditch so the
won't hurt.
Jus - a little scrayjKT and a little
man j
Hook< 1 r;* to ; jm- hors#* backed
b AMBITION:
Just a bit of Unit—October sunny
sing*.
This the way the road work goer- at
Whiskey Springs.
Jest a (little gravel and a Huit*
•and,
Make a dandy (hold **a»t; when the
dirt exnand*,.
Just a grain of help to see the
gravel'* laid.
Makes a lasting road' bed of that
new made grade
1 J«** a hi* of hurry aa October sun
shine wings,
All. make a MIGHTY LITTLE rond
up at Whiskey Spring*
Mr. and Mrs. James Mansfield.
Mrs Mansfield. Sr. and Columbus
Mansfield were Salmon visitât* from
tirant during fair week.
Miss Boomet and Mis* J* ti
latngsdorf of Arnt*tead were guests
of the Peter McKinney* during fair
week.
Will Mahaffey of Tendoy came In
with a car load of sheep Sunday
shipping from Weiser tq Salmon.
John Peterson. Horse Prmlrle
Croesus, attended the fair at Salmon
last week drlylng through by car.
owing to the illness of Jack Hain,
Earl Williams was held In Armstead
over Sunday to take out Monday's
train
< aj
William Queen**) and daughter
Mary of Gilmore were Leadore rUlt
or* Saturday> last.
Miss Mary Itesmond. Misa Nannie
Barret md Chester Barret were Sal
mon visitors from Horse Prairie dur
ing fair week.
J. G. Staudaher of Ia*adore drove
out a bunch of fat »tuff Saturday—
cattle.
Authentic rumor credit* the Sun
set. or old Leadvllle mine at la-iid
ore with a real min soon lo lx- In
stalled.
Arthur McCurry, who »o recently*
sold his Leadore grain ranch to Ber
nard Allhands of Gilmore, passed
through Armstead last week enroule
to Ctar. Mrs. McCurry preceded him
j to the new home by several weeks.
Mr» W W Lottribge Is a visitor
at lb" l>on Reed home In !a»«<kirt
the ça«*. wet*L.
The l;»n** adjacent to NIp-and-Tuck,
Montana side, unie close to haytu*
a real casulty lo add to It* misde
meanor* when a rar went off a
bridge th* re last week and one of
its occupants was quite bully injur
ed, being ,a''ea to Salmun # *»r tuedi
treatment how the county of
Beaver I»» - d t'ninas It cun afford to
neglect that strip of road Is beyond
-he k*-ri "f mer* mortal
Ye . If* [><«*» able lluls n it more
than ' ■*>, «part and not a ini'* ov
er hub de. p But should It storm,
nothin*, but a swallow tailed bird
could cross The power of an 8 C, C.
Is Impotent No, you're mistaken. It's
not in ihe backwoods, it'* a c-iunty
road where your mail l* carried dal
ly and the carrier l- fined because
lie can't follow the bird. Let some
thing good b* DONE, not said.
tjaorse Johnston I« basing th •
I P AND DOWN THU LI*":
stag*
wiiil*- u.< *rg*- Martin I
*.iif** p--rf«Ttly g..rg*-,m ■
ing little hoi«-*
p.-rf*-ct|y go*si
• liminal** sont*
May th*- dirt :«-'t wh r<
tnay sur**"» crown hi*
tIt* r«*»l gravel help*
PUT.
i* nt»
• «•her ** *•
In th*- s"<> 'id ft'M «
•irt.'"ln an Fort t >
perfectly b«'l r*»* '
it's pu' a r 1
dlrl lo slay

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