McNutt Bldg. Phone
cul MON, IDAHO
gE N 5RAL AUCTIONEErt
K SOLD AT PRIVATE
g pu BUC SALE.
m hi DINING ROOM
jj eW Management by
a nd Mrs. Foss.
TATE AND LIVE STOCK
SALMON. IDAHO _
u,TWELL M. D.
c1A N AND' SURGEON
[cNicoll Building, over Ev
! erett '8 store.
I attention given to the
of cbronte diseases sach
Ltism. indigestion, nervous
catarrh, ' varicose
L Auditing and Collecting.
I Salmon, Idaho
hCLAN AND SURGEON
L ee ie Building, Main Street
L phone 51, Office Phone 4.
gT & CAPERON TRANS
TRANSFER WORK AND
G, SALMON, IDAHO.
SERVICE AND ALWAYS
REL IABLE _
A OWENS' TRANSFER
d small parcels delivered
ywhere. Phone 175.
ntistry in all its branches
Steel Block. Phone 19
Res. Phone 50
TORNEY at LAW
es I. O. O. F. Bldg.
TORNEY AT LAW
Lemhi or Leadore, Idaho.
Or. J. M. ASHLEY
. Bldg. SALMON, IDAHO
PLUMBING AND HEAT
timates, which are always
BURBRIDGE & SON
BLE. HAY, GRAIN AND
R SALE AT THE OLD
LUMBER YARD. WE AL
A GENERAL TEAMING
urs 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
attention to out of town
Fuel and Supply Co.
of this paper win bo
that thera Is at lsast
disease that science has
cure in all its stages and
h. Catarrh being greatly
tutlonal treatment Hall's
cine Is taken internally and
Blood on the Mucous Bur
System thereby destroying
of the disease, giving tbs
"n by building up the con
ueisting nature in doing its
Proprietors have so much
curative powers of Hall's,
'ne that they offer One
_rs for any case that it falls
. for list of testimonials.
•J. CHENET * GO.. Toledo,
br all Druggist. 75c.
Ä lU&VVa CtO
BONDS. FARM LOANS
only responsible coos'
P. J. DEMPSEY.
mg the Moot.
full of company rushed
wet from bead to feet,
d!" exclaimed his aston
. "where have you teen!"
Wiped Donald. "I bees
the Best Teacher.
Hy admitted that exper
best teacher, but should
use of the experience of
as our own? The ex
18 & thousand persons is
depended upon than that
^duai. Many thousands
bave used Chamberlain's
for coughs and colds
results, which shows it
uehly reliable prepara
diseases. Try it. It is
effectual and pleasant to
Salmon river and tributaries
reJ i Hn.S.« ber . t ' mother of Postmas
18 Pending the winter
Salmon al thl8 M week e for D ' H ° U8e lett
Mr. House's father
. "j* and Mr »- W. C. Smth and their
atti d L- en ? re ». an recovere d from their
attack of the epidemic, Mr. Smith
being out ar.d around this week.
The regular teachers' examination
has been indefinitely postponed by
order of the state board of educa
tion, according to notice published
by the county superintendent.
the ho»ne of
|^ r Mfekee^ir^Mr"johnson"!
* ire and hlluin „J
H. L. Johnson ha» assumed the po
sition as manager of the Salmon
Creamery since the
. . nson is a live
>*ire ana business men are glad to
welcome him to Salmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harris arriv
ed on Sunday last by special stage
from Armstead. They had visited
Chicago, where. Mr. Harris says, the
epidemic raged with terror to the
people until the fall rains came.
Joe Moodie has been home in Sal
man from the sheep cainp for two
weeks nursing an attack of the pre
vailing malady from which he came
off all right. Mr. Moodie is associat
ed with L. T. Ramsey In business at
The G. H Monk family expect to
leave Salmon next week for Califor
nia. Mrs. Whitcomb, who expected to
go along, will defer her trip on ac
count of the effects of an attack of
influenza, from which, however, she
Mrs. A. M. Daniels returned to
Swathmore, Pa., last Tuesday after
spending the summer and fall with
her children here. The lady greatly
enjoyed her long visit In the Rocky
mountain country and will return
Seth Ball, prominent rancher of
the Lemhi valley, was in Salmon
Wednesday for the first time in a
month. He returned from the east
last week. He was disabled for a lit
tle while with a tussle with the in
fluenza while away from home but
pulled out of the encounter without
Decldsdly better conditions prevail
among the sick and afflicted from
the visitatioin of influenza, as report
ed by Salmon physicians. The change
seems to have started with a rainfall
on Saturday night. Travelers say
that wherever i®\ the stricken, local
ities there has been rain a falling
off of the disease has been notice
able, particularly, where a drought
had prevailed. The ravages of the
epidemic are reported exceedingly
alarming, fcowever, in Portland,
where rains are frequent, vosslbly a
daily occurrence in some seasons of
Numbers of the afflicted people of
Salmon will remember as long as
they live little John Keyes, who,
though not yet 12 years of age, has
been the help of many a home be
sides that of his mother, where ev
ery member of the family but him
self was on the sick list. John has
been doing chores for everybody who
needs his help—feeding chickens,
emptying slops, starting fires,
bringing water, washing dishes,
chopping wood, cooking food and do
ing pretty good nursing besides.
Talking about busy people that lit
tle fellow is one of them.
If your children are subject to
croup, or if you have reason to fear
their being attacked by tha,t disease,
you should procure a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and, Btudy
directions for use, so that in case
of an attack you will know exactly
what course to pursue. This is a
favorite and very successful remedy
for croup, asd it is important that
you observe the directions carefully.
For sale by E. G. Hettinger, Salmon
POTATOES FOR WINTER—Get
your supply before the advance in
jwice. Now 3150 per hundred at
Hagen's Cash Market.
WANTED—Lots in Finstur addition.
See Harry Kelly, Salmon.
car In good
see at the
condition. Ca'-l and
Bradley garage or call owner
A. R. Goo
the Pope-Shenon mine
FOR SALE—Forty acres of pasture
Apply to Harry Kelly, Salmon.
FOR SALE-A DeLaval Separator at
the Axline McCormick ranch.
PASTURE FOR SALE—Apply to P
J. Dempsey, Salmon.
t og-r—Ten black face rams, near
Gibbonsville. two and1 three year
olds, belonging t fl Fanner & Mar
shall Please notify Harry Kell.,
Salmon, for reward.
FOR SALE—Cabbage* of fine quality,
delivered anywhere in Salmon
100-pound lots at 2 'a cent?.
FOR SALE- Registered Poland Chi
na boar, year old Apply at McAr
thur Ranch. Salmon, lda^o.
FOR SALE— Shares of the capital
F °sLk of the Pione.rBankA.Trust
Co. See Kelly, Salmon. Idaho.
Dan Chase was able to be out of
the house yesterday morning for the
first time since his nfluenza attack.
Art Simers. the divorced husband
of Ethel Fowler, died at Stockton,
Utah, last Friday of the flu.
Bert Goodell wa» taken sick with
the flu at the Pope- 8 henon mine
Monday night and was brought to
Mrl Everett, who went to Iowa
with the body of her husband, A. E.
Everett, for burial, is expected home
today, accompanied by a brother of
her disceased husband.
The federal regulations requiring
the use of substitutes for white flour
has been revoked. The fluffy white
bread can be served at all times and
in all places in the future.
Incoming passengers by Wednes
day's train included Miss Ella Soule
from Boise, Abner Pfoet from Butte.
Mrs. Hilliard Grieber from Salt Lake
and R. H. Boomer from Washington.
One of the regclar visitors to Sal
mon whom nothing can keep away
Is the eye specialist, Dr Scarbô
ough, who was here Tuesday and
Wednesday, when he was kept busy
The mining force at the Tormey,
including Verne Thompson, Sedge
Matthews and James James, were
down in Salmon yesterday answer
ing their questionnaires.
Ben Ashpaugh and Lee Ramey
were over from the Myers Cove
country this week to answer the mil
itary call for examination, in the
mid,>t of which came the countermand
for their services. On their wav back
they packed six or eight hundred
pounds of supplies for winter.
Dr. C. F. Hanmer goes to Ft. War
den, Washington, next Tuesday, for
training as an army surgeon. Mrs
Hanmer and their son Ferguson will
accompany Dr Hanmer as far
Butte, stopping enroute at Dillon to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Pierce, who
have been ill in a Dillon hospital
J, Henry Albers, the prepared food
man of Portland, is the latest of the
so-called pro-German figures *lo get
into trouble with the federal author
ities. Though he has lived 26 years
In this country and made a large for
tune still, according to the charges
against him, he hag upheld the atroc
ities of the kaiser.
All persons holding record cards
given out by Miss May Irwin when
here giving demonstrations in can
ning and preserving will please re
turn the same to her at the Univer
sity Extension building, Boise, Idaho,
Home Economics Chairman. Mrs. G,
B. Quarles', signature should be af
fixed to the cards and sent in imme
In the alarm over the ravages of
the epidemic many erroneous
ports were circulated. Two of these
came front Idaho Falls according to
information received by Mrs. N. Oi
Ward in Salmon from her mother,
Mrs. A. H. Boomer, in that city. The
mother writes that neither Harry
Holden nor Mrsi Milt Stover sue
rumbed to the disease as reported
but are now well on the road to re
cover.v, the writer having met them
both on the street.
The regular teachers' examina.
tions, scheduled by law for the third
«week in November, by order of the
st.tte board of education has been
indefinitely postponed Notice of
new date for holding of same will be
given in due time.
ANNA C. BARRON, Co. Supt.
Team of Work Horses, Buggy, and Set of Single
Brood Sows, Bronz Turkeys, Indian Runner
Ducks. Hay—65 Acres for pasture.
Soft Wheat for Chicken Feed.
12 Milk Cans, 5 and 10 gallon, 14 Dozen Milk
Bottles and Complete Dairy' Outfit consisting of
Cooler, Pouring Cans, Bottle Racks and Cases,
Milk Bottle Caps, Milk Scafes, also Butt Staff,
Cow Halters and Milk Fever Outfit.
Priced right as we don't need this stuff.
fW. C M'CORMICK.
^ Gravely taste
Real Gravely »• the
common-sense chew for
men. It is economical A
man gets his tobacco sat-
isfaction out of a smaller
chew and fewer of them.
TÎe good Gravely taste
l»«ti a long while. Two or
three smaffsquaresof Real
Gravely stays with you
is packed in a pouch.
Theke are the plain facts
about Gravely Plug To
• • • •
l: frv.- fmrtkrr— ihc"'s clj r*
urngUtk* |W um tf tkis tltiM
if kfcariTi withua! i*trc eoU
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
10* a pouch.-a.nd worth it
p e ' en ay e ly t o.jö AC CQ cp.
. , „ „ !❖
Annaoei stood st the window of 4
her corner home, and looked toward !
the shop across the way. As usual 1
the plate glass window was irreproach
ably shiuiag, the display of dainty !
stationary temptingly displayed, and!
as usual its young proprietor waited
hopefully behind the glass doors for
possible customer. Would his pe
tlence never be exhausted! Annabel's
violet eyes moistened In pity, at the
wistful appeal of the brown eyes oppo
Why In tite world had this young'
man come with his delicate wares to
a town where only the necessary was
^7" at . Christmas time Lyn
den ville Indulged but in serviceable
and plutnly useful articles. j
"Left wealthy by her father," the
villagers would say. But AnoabfTs
wealth was ouly sufficient for her mod- !
eat needs and the keeping still of the
home with old Mrs. White as house
keeper. Since Annabel bad become a'
customer of the 'Shoppe,' Its owner *
bad greeted her with bis frank smile,
meeting occasionally In the post office.
She fancied, with concern, that Ids face
was growing thinner ; could it be possi
ble that the dearth of customers made
economy of food a necessity!
Well, the girl wondered impatiently,
why didn't he go tiack where be could
find something better to dot Then, be
cause the shadows were growing long
er and she remembered that she had,
had no out-of-door exercise that day,
Annabel got into her Jaunty coat and
becoming hat, and went for a walk.
Near the hotel, where the auto-bus
started upon its trips to the station,
she saw her nelghbor-across-tbe-way,
hesitating, to examine some small
coin In his hand.
"Ride down to the station with us.
Miss Annabel," called the friendly
driver, and with a second impulse she
stepped inside. Not that the ride was
thing unusual. Many times her
walks had been Interrupted by the Jo
vial Invitation. The girl had known
Ben, the driver, from her childhood.
Frotn her rear stmt In the car, she
noted admiringly the brood shoulders
of the young man In front. Ben In
cluded them both In his remarks. "Go
ing to town!" he Inquired.
"Well, not exactly," the shop-keeper
c à r floor. Flushed and eager h<* bent
t0 log* f 0 r It, while the driver waited.
"Train's coming," Ben suggested lm
The young man raised an embnrras
Pe d face. "Just n moment," he utur
mured still searching.
; Annabel stood looking Intently at the
replied. "Woniun down beyond the
station wants to see me about engrav
ed invitations, thought I'd ride as far,.
as you go, with you."
"Must be Mrs. Jake Smith," Ben
soliloquised. "Daughter's goln' to lie
married soon. How are you goln' the
rest of the way, it's quite a piece!"
rtabel found hint waiting to assist
rnan'k hand slipped into his pocket
for Ben's fee, then something happen
ed. pn a moment the «Hate seemed to
fly from his fingers to alight upon the
n she oj»ened the auto door, as
her bead in thanks, the
road, then she bent suddenly forward.
"Why, here It Is," she laughed, and
held pat to Ben a shining dime.
The mun looked straight and long
Into her eyes. "I thank y«iu," he said
quietly, and Annabel with a strange
stirring of the heart, went on her
❖ way, leaving Salmon every ❖
+ Monday, Wednesday and Frl- 4*
❖ day and leaving Armstead ev- 4*
4- ery Tuesday, Thursday an Sat- 4*,___
unlay, arriving at destination 4 - !
4 - early in the afternoon of same <•
!❖ days. Carrying mall* and pas-+ ;
4 , gangers. Prompt«service. No de- 4*
+ lays. No long stops at lntermed- ❖ i
♦ late atatjpns. Through fare. 94 4*
+ + 4> 4> 4> 4- 4> 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- -F *
! - ■ ■ - -—- l—- |
homeward way. Of course that had
been his only dime, he must walk
It wst late In the evening when the
light In the stationery shop flared
across the street; she wondered un
easily if be had been successful in his to
; quest for the wedding invitations, and
next morning in the most natural way
he told her. *
"I bars recovered from my long
walk." her neighbor announced cheer
lly, "though It was a useless errand af
j ter all." He sighed: "In fact, I*ve about
decided that the whole buainesa Is
useless, around hare."
! "H 1*," the girl agreed quickly, "If
you'd try something else—" |
"it does not matter now," he seid,
and held ont his letter. "I've been
* called—to the colors."
came, looking st the bare little shop
across the way
"When7" the girl naked, something |
caught at her breath painfully.
rendy," again the radiance was upon
"May I—" bs asked abruptly, "come
to see you before 1 go!"
8 he was In the window when he
I can get
"I wanted you to know," he began,
"how much I appreciated your—Inter
est, your helpfulness. Sometimes It
cheered me on past sheer failure. You
thought I didn't realty that your big
purpose was charily pure and simple.
And last night when you gave 'that
dime to Ben-"
"Gave—Ilf whlaltered Annabel
The man smiled. "Yes." he said
gently, "when you handed It over 1
had Just found my own last dime up
on the car floor."
A flush rose to the girl's soft hair.
"It was such s little thing to do," she
Very boldly, but very tenderly,
the man took her hands In his own.
"I can be a better soldier," he said, "a
braver soldier over there. If you will
"r k r "; 1 a„ 7 „
still keep chetring me on. And, if I
"You will come back,'
bel, and her eyes ahoue with prowls*.
Training Gunners for Bso.
when Euglund trains her gunners
for the seu, site sends them to Whale
Island In Fort »mouth harbor. Here
the entire Island Is given over to steel j
shod*, which nre built like gun turrets
on n battleship. The great guns pro
f rom these sheds an* dummies,
us popular Seiende shows, though they
nre exact counterparts of those on u
battleship. The prospective officers
und men lire made to go through the
exercise of range finding, loading. «In»
Ing and "firing" these guns a» rigidly
as if they were In n real battle at sen.
The heavy steel projectiles an« hauled
from the magazine by hydraulic and
electric cranes Just us in un actual
»hip. A real breech mechanism looka
the projectile and Its powder charge In
the gun, while an Intricate swivel
mounting of steel »wings the gun Into
India Bearish on Silver.
A London bullion bouse »ttys the re*
cent fall In sliver prices at Bombay
throw» n light ui*cn the boari*h attl
tude of the Indian bntnnrs which hu»
Make a soldier happy ami help a soldier fight.
United War Work Campaign.
Hagens Cash Market
Your Live Stort Hems Money to You
Let us handle your next shipment and get you
top Market Prices. Spokane is your nearest Bhip
ping point and the place where you can get best
SHIR TO US
and be assured of the very best selling service.
We can fill feeder and stocker orders.
P. W. MURPHY COMMISSION CO.
«7 • ' />»
many individuals whose silver jewel
ry depreciated seriously when the In
dian mints were closed to free coln
4*,___ , . ,
l '* v * token advantage of the high
compared with those ruling for
»be last twenty years or ao and have
turned their silver bangles Info silver
LEMHI COUNTY VOTE NOT
ALTERED BY OFFICIAL COUNT
Two of the members of the board
of county commissioners. Merora.
à^mic^feîbd tiTmee/'tT'canvass Uu
vote last Tuesday but Chair
man McKinnev induced Mr. Yea si an
to come to Salmon yesterday and
the«» two performed the function as
required by law In a short meeting
* l th * courthouse. There wer» no
!"1 77?^flheri *the "maior
* f lhe comiulH ^ Bent elected
being as follows: McKinney and
Yearian each 27; Briney 2 »; Kuxen*
carried the county by 103 votes and
Borah by 527. Davis by 20; Gilbreath
**>' 1 - 8 -, Sjroud by 109 Slmmond* by
144 #nd rronkt l, *' by **'
The Council of Defense has been
advised that changes are effective
now with respect to building mater
| a | 8 . with no permit required for
.farm buildings or Irrigation or drain
age works regardless of cost nor for
city buildings not exceeding 110 , 000 .
With the right ending of the war a
betiding boom may be looked for
along with a revival of all lines of
TRIBUTE TO H. I BAGLBY.
Henry J. Bagley, a fine old gentle
man 81 years of age, died at the res
idence of Walter P. Fox, four miles
west of Salmon, November 8 . H had
lived in l«erohl county about 25
was born in
" nd "° t v< ? to
«**• "« , ** nv * r wb * n rUy wa "
8 »«■** village He followed con
V 1 «? for 8 * veral yw * " nd
later on held a position of responsi
bility with the Denver ê Rio Grand«*
R. R, company. He left Colorado In
JS90 and lived In Hall Lake until
1893 when he came to I-emhi county.
He spent several years mtnlng near
Leesburg and In the »spring of 1898
opened a country store and estab
llished a post office at Buk* r This
h«* sold about 8 years ago and ha*
since lived a quiet, peaceful life. HU
, )f< , Unu , agROC i a „ and friend. George
[There is no
Swan, passed away about a year ago.
Since that time he has lived with the
family of Mr. Fox. where he has had
the very kindest of care and atten
The life of Mr. Bagly wea a life
of activity und usefulness and the
world la better for his hevtng Bred
here. He will he missed by his nteify
friend» who will hear of his passing
away with sorrow and regre-.
I test It! The Star» go
To rise upon some fairer »höre,
And bright In Heaven's Jeweled
They shine forever mort*,
I And ever nesr u» though un»een.
The dear. Immortal Spirits tread.
For all the boundless Universe
I» Life there sre no dead.
O. E. KIRKPATRICK.
Sltqi and Rest.
One of the most common cause» of
, insomnia and re»tle»»ne»s is indige»-
I tlon. Take one of Chamberiiiln'o
Tablets Immediately after supper
Kn( | „».«> (f you do not rest better and
sleet) better. They only cost a qusr-
ter. For »*le by E. G. Hettinger,
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