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The Idaho recorder. [volume] (Salmon City, Idaho) 1886-1927, October 18, 1918, Image 8

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• voter bo not registered anew this year, whether he voted teat year
i— 1 _ ^ general election thin year. This daty et every
- or not, he cannot vote either in the co® 1 ®* stoke. First. aU good citiiena want to aoatain those who
eaaary fcualilcatlon to vote this year, in the primary election as well as in the general election. at once. This applies to women as well " 18 * regie
of the war. Second, we all want good government in Idaho. If yon do not register your rote ^"* din _ t * ?he patriotic duty of Qualifying to cast your vote. See that yonr wife and other adult
* regiatrar can easily be found. Registration books "•„Tri.^ëgis^r'VSn*?^ 6 ^ ^igfe Æpre«s upon them the Importance of attending to their duty regls_ g. _ __
Ans in authority f ^
precinct there is [ ^ fci
Sweater child under 14
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Oood Clean
GROCERIES
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Chamberlain's Colic
ARTHUR GREEINE
fine for Each Window.
The v* rst thing about the profusa»
ly ••vlntlo« « «! Hlee-il.n; i-- tun, observed
the fUuisr.s (*iiy Star, Is that j«.u litivt*
!>' g' t up so I .any times b«f..iv you
finally 1 calc tin window which l»',,,
lag the I'gtlUng.
Faith in
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Chamhei Iain's Cv>llc and Dlnr
rhCMia Remedy was used by my lath
er about a year ago when he had
diarrhoea It relieved him Immedi
ately and bv («king three doses lie
was abtolutely cured II« has .er« -at
faith in this remedy." writ«»» Mrs. W.
II. Williams, Stanley, N. Y
ÎÏÎÎSÎÎÎXÎÎÎÎKJSKX
PALACE RESTAURANT ^
M NOW OPEN TO PUBLIG K
Q Under former well-known management of LOUIS,
%g who was located at same place in Salmon ten years v
a ago. He has come back. Please call and let him K
serve you as of old. Everything new. ^
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Canning Time
We have a limited supply of Ball Perfect Ma
son Fruit Jars in quart size, also genuine Boyd
Caps, Kerr Self Sealing Mason and White
Crown Caps, Kerr Wide Mouth Mason Lids,
Mason and Sure Seal Jar Rings.
VARIETY STORE
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SALMON CITY GARAGE
IN ITS NEW LOCATION
HAS ROOM for STORAGE
Agency for Dodge Bros.
And Chevrolet Cars, With Immediate Deliveries
from the garage.
Storage battery, repairs and
charging station, tires,
accessories, etc.
1 - A good second hand Çûf for sale.
BRADLEY $ WATKINS, '
LPOKING BACKWARD
Items from The Idaho Recorder of
October 18, 1893.
_. - ... . .
The Leesburg Mining and Milling
company have twenty men at work
1, Leesburg to Salmon.
Angus McGill vary was found dead
^»«»urg Saturday nrnmina
Hf had been drinking heavily and
had laid down near the ;rail and had
chilled to death He wr.s buried at
Leesburg Sunday.
J It WV-hI of I'e
ior rale 1J100 head of
p< . lo ad
Mrs, <\ It. Llndle«
u-.marni offer.
, , . , r ,.
sheep at *1.60
d (llbbonsvilh,
is visiting. Mr
mon
Marri- I at the resident:«- of J. K.
Chaise Wednesday, October 11, Will
iam Hagel to Mrs. Elizabeth M.
Stine, Justice Chaise officiating.
I Married, October 15 at t lie resi
dence of A. A. Mayfield at Leesburg,
Miss Laura (i. Meadows to Frederick
Doits. Judge Elder conducted the
ceremony in his usual dignified and
Impressive manner
The Lemhi Placer company are
making extensive preparations for
next season's work. They have sold
their sawmill to Womack Bros., who
have moved Into Boyle creek, and
have contracted to furnish the com
pany with 400,000 feet of lumber.
I William Werner, Frank Geertson,
H. I». Wadsworth and wife. Dr. Whit
well and wife, William Shoup and P.
Van Norden, are visiting the World's
, Fair.
I William Newton, 1-'. J. Oowen and
Ed Mingle returned from Glbhonavllb
Sunday where they went to attend a
meeting of the Silver League, which
took place Friday.
George Anderson «if Glbbonsvllle.
who has been quite ill .'or the past
nine weeks, Is slowly recovering.
Idaho has the largest anple at the
World's Fair, weighing 27% ounces.
Married In Salmon at the resi
dyjt-e of ilit- bride's parents Oqtober
11, 1 H1KÎ. Hon. K S Sudani Io Miss
Etta Edwards, Judge Elder official
ing. »
<'hti,"ch Chime Regu-'.ir service«
1 W ill be bel. I III Its- Methodist Episcn
pal church at 11 a m. and ii. m. !
Sunday School at 10 a. in Prayer
meeting Thl'tsd..\ «•« nine at 7.
W. T ROBINSON; Pastor.
Rev Fallier Van Der (toct of I'o
catel! I arrived in Salmon Fridav and
held religions services Sunday, both
morning and evening, at the ' si
ilenee of M. Culin in
Ada MerriM at Sal-,
of
ADDITIONAL PREMIUMS
------ .
In the fair awards published
week the records were defective in
omitting the name of Fred W Nie
Imanu. Jr - a * one of the Principal
j w | nner » for excellence of apples and
: n( . arw f„ r which Mr Niemann won
|,hls case the winner is following in
: the v.orthv footsteps of Ins lath*.
! as a successful fruit . grow» ; tor he
| father wan 1>i lorn, > f ' ir - in tn
iront rank of Lemhi county hort.cui
lurirtr.
I HORTK I LTI UK
iPPl'S
no second.
t Ifox Hellfiowet
.
,. F red Niemann. Jr.,
; |;„ x Jonathan apples
i Fred Niemann. Jr. S. G Watson
Box Wolt River apples
Fred Niemann, Jr., V.\ W. Slavin
Dox Daldwln apples
No first W C. Doebler
Crate Strawberries
William Warner No second
B.,x Flemish Beautv pears
Fred Niemann, Jr., W. C. Doebller
DAIRY
H. V. McKeever, Chairman.
BUTTER
Mrs. J. E. Peterson; Mrs. J. Melvyn
MILK '
Mrs. Harry White Miss J. Riggs
COTTAGE CHEESE
Miss J. Riggs Mrs. Geo. Ashton
HOME MADE CHEESE
Mrs. Sam Jarvis No" second.
BEE
E. B. Randolph, Chairman.
Comb Honey, Extracted Honey,
Queen bee with workers—all to E.
U, Randolph, no second.
Report of Races for Friday, Octo
her 11.
Quarter mile free for all 7
Ester first, Kid second. T. 55Vi set
Seventy-five yd. potato race, men
io teams: Peek and McKinney tied
with Vezina and Roberts for first,
Snook and Kirtley, second.
Three furlong fb-e for all.
I'inear, first, Ester second. T. 39 2-5.
Quarter mile pony race
Ii. K. Dillon's Spring Tim
Tonv. Time 27 sec.
W. King's
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v v
it
mSf&t'
Forward!
With no thought of bursting shrap
nel and poisonous, gases into which
they plunge—with every muscle tense,
witn every faculty of mind alert,
with one thought only—TO FIGHT
AND WIN.
That is the way our men are going
into battle. When the shrill whistle
sounds the advance, out they go—their
whole heart in the task before them.
No power on earth can hold them back .
Forward!
The same sharp challenge to battle
is sounding for us. We must answer
in the same proud way—the w^y of
our fighting men—the American way.
IVe must lend the way they fight.
We must show the war-maddened
Hun a united American people mov
ing forward shoulder to shoulder,
irresistibly, to Victory.
Our task is to supper the money,
the ships, the guns, the shells that we
must have to win. It is a tremendous
task. We must do it as our fighting
men do theirs—with the indomitable
spirit of Victory.
We must work, and save, and lend
with one thought only—TO FIGHT
AND WIN.
Get into the fight'—with your whole
heart. Buy Bonds—to the utmost!
- » . v r *. • •
• Th u Sp a c e. Contributed by
Swift & Company
fnr- ' ■ if
M ' ►
■'rtu
One. mile ßndtfan
.'won by Tendoy and his son.
last,™ 1 ' and haIf mlle F ord C ar
t .. janvier» C. Christenson
5 . 30
. th ' buc king contest Hans Wal
, tb (}porKe Barro w.s and Fred
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| "°n lb!r( ' CH00L AWARDS I
| awards as 1 0 the school
| announce,d last
up
Primary Grades
; Curtis Bilbrey Hden Norton
j DRAWING
i Grammar Grades
I.orin Barr Marcella Pippenger
1 Intermediate Grades
Juanita Williams also second
Water Color
Intermediate Grades
Marcella Pippenger also second
Primary Grades
Nellie Erickson Marguerite Dunlap
POSTER WORK
Four Mile Sc. Sec. Grade, Brooklyn
BIRD HOUSE
i Doyle Blasingame
| WEAVING RAGS
' Allyne Osborn Parker Wickham
; REED WORK
| Upper Grades
lrma Ste . ve ns Sadie Blasingame
Lower Grades
j Matilda Erickson
) RAFFIA WORK
Irma Stevens Sadie Blasingame
xhibits were not. announced last
week because they were not made
PENMANSHIP
High School i
Second Prem
Verlin Holbrook Morton Havemann
First Pxem.
In ne Hall". Joseph Chod :
Grammar School |
Mildred Kali Bernice Ashton
Intermediate Grades I
Frank Davis Mabel Jones
SEWING
Irma Stevens
Fern Manfull Maxine Stevens
' KNITTING
Florence Greene over 14
Minore Donnelly under 14
Sweater by child under 14
Frances Greene Elnora Donnelly
MANUAL TRAINING
Taberet
Nancy Long Gladys Campbell
Magazine Rack
Ferguson Hanmer Raymond EichwaW
__
I Framed picture or tray
No first Salmon school
last
!
Miscellaneous
Marion Black Paul Alberson
Piece with Crochet \
iElsa ReMington Alice Long
i v Piece with Tatting
Mildred Stobie
r> ar ker Wickham Italia Pappette
Relief Map of Idaho or Lemhi county i
WiUlam.l
: Apron
| Clara Sanderson May
Frances Dana (sofa pillow)
I CLAY WORK
Hank
Kermit Morphey
Produce Map of Idaho
;
Roy Houtz Alice Lee. I
Beat Outline Mop of N. A. or U.-sJ
Marcella Pippençer M. Havemann
Mlscelleanous outline map
Sixth Grade, Salmon M. Pippenger >
Fred Crandall (map)
SPECIAL
AT VIEL'
UNTIL NOVEMBER \
3 Pkgs. Best Seeded Raisins for....................
Best English Walnuts per lb.......................]
Vl-îh Can Best Pepper for...........................* J3
14 -îb Can Best Mustard for.(...................
14 -îb Can Best Cinnamon for......................
14 -îb Can Best Cloves for............................
i/j-Ib Can Best Allspice for............................. y
Can Best Ginger for...............................jj
Other stores ask you 25c for i/ 4 -ïb Can 3 of ;
kind of spice and the quality is not as good 1
Golden Gate Spices.
3 Cans Corn for............................................
3 Cans Tomatoes for....................................
4 Cans California Tomatoes........................
Best Wealthy'Apples per box ...................... 1.9
7 Pounds.Best Navy Beans for......................1.0
\ T o. 5 Pail Pure Lard for..............................1.40
No 10 Pail Pure Lard for...............................2i
1-fb Can Dr. Price Baking Powder for........ .41
Stop using sugar, use syrup instead. We mu
save the sugar for our boys and our allies. If yoi
don't need 2 lbs. a month don't buy it, then we<
cut our orders down thereby saving for export
VIEL'S CASH QR0CER1
SALMON
IDAHO
GENERAL REPAIRING AND OVERHAJ
ING BY THE MAN WHO KNOWS HOW
We specialize in'first class repairing and elec
trical work, which is always guaranteed ^ f 1 ' 1
satisfaction. Call and see us before harihfy 0
car overhauled. We are at your service in
Shoup building, Center street, one block ft
Main street.
Notice
The price of
SixCylinder Buick tin
has raised $150, making delivery price at>
mon, $1675.
still have on hand, at the r ____
will deliver only those in stock at this pri^
don't wait.
CENTRAL IDAHO AUTO & SU
tew « flou rpt* U.« ■ X pn
RdhiRscmp-Mgr
We still have some cars like the above left f j
a shipment at the,old price. If you intend to
a new car this season, don't wait, but come m 1
make arrangements to get one of these cars I
:he old price of $1525. J
Morton Haverna^ 0 *
Deli, C<K*e C r ° MP0Sn K«"'
Maxine Steele
Lavinda Chaffee
Essay oï w ® tle * 1
Mary Isley .
doll hoiS*
Parker Wickham
! JUNIOR RE0 "
CULlNvn
Josephine Terry /V/?*
\ PEAR*
Frances Dean. Gr» l
CARRoto 1;
Josephine Terrv ~ S „
Pran^i
beets 1
Alice Long n
Eudore Chaffee (Straȣ '
Cora p 0ld Al 'PLE8
i End
GW , Camp ™«*TOS
; Frances Dean
Edna (
I ' Bernice
. OORN SALAD
D ern, ce Heilman
[Edna Gaver Glady
> PLUMS
'Gladys Campbell

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