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(hi.ru.leed for fifty ye«,. A be.utiful .„d utcful Chri.tm.s gif. _S. 5. T>T»qqv*\ ess an d professional Ariel C. Cherry ouarles a rlES a cherry Y'ff jRNEYS-AT'LAW un.'»*»"* î s ^Mko" arpenter ten DO Y, IDAHO r.ENSRAL AUCTIONEER t SOLD AT PRIVATE HiTWELL M. D. I Cl AN AND SURGEON Salmon, Idaho cNicoll Building, over Et * erett'a store. catarrh, varicose caiarru. varicose 0[[ PUBLIC SALE. KELLY 7 « TATE and live stock agency salmon. Ipaho_ attention given to the of chronic diseases such; tism. indigestion, nervous goiter, BISCOE. FARM LOANS , Auditing and Collecting. Salmon, Idaho F. HANKIES. CIAN AND SURGEON eele Building, Main Street Phone 51, Office Phone 4. | * _ GE & CAPERON TRANS FER COMPANY TRANSFER WORK AND NG, SALMON, IDAHO. SERVICE AND ALWAYS RELIABLE _ A OWENS' TRANSFER 1 MOTORTRUCK a heT P^ne 175 y where. Phone 1<5. HUBBARD. DENTIST ntistry^ln *ail its branches Steel Block. Phone 13 Res. Phone 50 Salmon, Idaho NNON, rORNEY AT LAW ces I. O. O. F. Bldg. Salmon, Idaho Dr. J. M. ASHLEY DENTIST Gas Given ! î ! ! j 1 B!«,. SALMON. IDAHO LOUIS FREY ' PLUMBING AND HEAT I ! ING ALMON, IDAHO timate8, which are always furnished. BURBRIDGE 4k SON BLE. HAY, GRAIN AND R SALE AT THE OLD LUMBER YARD. WE AL GENERAL TEAMING R. PIPPENGER, OSTEOPATH Idaho urs 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. attention to out of town fuel and Supply Co. -OIL—GASOLINE Reward, $100 of this paper will be •earn that there is at least disease that science has cure in all its stage* and h. Catarrh being greatly y constitutional conditions itutional treatment. Hall's cine is taken internally and Blood on the Mucous Sur System thereby destroying of the disease, giving the h by building up the con assisting nature in doing its proprietors have so much curative powers of Hall's cine that they offer One 'rs for any case that it fails d for list of testimonials. ■ J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo« by all Druggist. 75c. Â Co. BONDS, '♦'ARM LOANS only responsible com* Notary Public, ttdresa P. J. DEMPSEY. Mans«er. e the Best Teacher. Uy admitted that exper best teacher, but should e use of the experience of well as our own? The ex ®f a thousand persons Is depended upon than that ridual. Many thousands have used Chamberlain's for coughs and colds 1 results, which shows it ~»ughly reliable prepara ~e diseases. Try it- It is effectual and pleasant to POR ARBITRATION after they had become y nmg man said to his think it only fair to tell ® a somnambulist." ied the lady, "that won't °>e least; you see you can ttrch one Sunday and !'I1 the next." * **++**** * * * * + * SALMON L0CAL8 *f Mrs. John W. Brown and little son winter with Shoup street. Mrs. Everett on , . ------— ™ n * T ° f **« i George Thomas ranch North Fork, tho purchase price being reported at $10,000. u . *ï ."J Zi Sherwood and their »Ule child were all seriously from "their attack of the flu, but are now happily out again. « Fo p Ft Supervisor Scribner has se cured as his deputy C. M. Mangun, who cornea to Salmon from the Weis forest. Deputy Mangun ha 8 moved; th ?* , Jud f Cowen intends t0 resign ear , y , n the;ter coming year to devote his attention to the care of his fine farm near °: H.*.r b„ beram . his family to this city, Blackfoot. The Pioneer Blacksmithing com pany has put on an extra man and PPOfî nnp found irt \fov tfpoiuroe good one, found in Max Kreuger, making four men now kept busy in their shops. _ _ , The Grand Theatre will Sunday, November 24, with reopen good and ventilated for the program and the house well heated patrons. —Adv. A special agent of the postoffice department was in Salmon yesterday comfort of . . . „ „ „ ° Ut ' , 8 ™ ß by , putting * he Salmon ^«toffice in closer touch with the outside train service. John A. Pearson, late forest super visor and afterward loin towner withl Ray Dryer in the Mormon ranch and sheep outfit, has become connected with the Yearian sheep business at Lemhi, having sold his holdings to Dryer E B Mitchell will have charge of the ranch during the long in California m ^.auiornia visit of the Yearians this winter. Harry Summers, noted live stock breeder from Montana, has been vis ___________ w ___^ iting the Dwight Smith family for a .«ecu« .. .oca« here I. can buy the ranch that suits him. Mr. Summers recently sold his Mon tana ranch for $190 per acre. Mrs. Summers was here attending the last county fair with her husband and fell in love with the county. They have an interesting brood of five children. The ordd NOTICE heretofore made. pro hibiting all indoor meetings, gather iBgs or congregations of persons, on account of the prevelence of Spanish Influenza, is hereby rescinded, and such meetings shall be permissible after 1 o'clock a. m. Sunday, Novem ber 24th, 1918, but not before said L. E. GLENNON, Mayor. About CrouP If your children are subject to croup, or if you have reasoti to fear their being attacked by that disease., you should procure a bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and study 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 SÄLE —Sauerkraut by quart 25c. It is first class. Mrs. J. C. Mid dlekauff. FOR SALE—Buick Six in good con dition, with large canvas cover, ex tra side lights and chains: the ct.r is fully equipped and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to Harry White or Mrs. John W. Brown, Sal mon. Idaho. FOR SALE—Old Louisiana strain, Barred Plymouth Rock Cockrels, a few left. W. H. Shearin. Salmon. POTATOES FOR WINTER—Get your supply before the advance in for croup, asd it is important that vou observe the directions carefully, For sale by E. G. Hettinger, Salmon LOCAL SPECIAL WANTED—Lots in Finstur addition. See Harry Kelly, Salmon. FOR SALE—Chevrolet car in good condition. Call and see at the Bradley garage or call owner at the Pope-Shenon mine. A. R. Goo dell. FOR SALE—Forty acres of pasture. Apply to Harry Kelly. Salmon. FOR SALE—A DeLaval Separator at the Axline McCormick ranch. LOST—Ten black face rams, near Gibbonsville. two and three year olds, belonging t 0 Farmer * Mar shall. Please notify Harry Kelly, Salmon, for reward. FOR SALE—Cabbage of fine quality, delivered anywhere in Salmon 100 -pound lots at 2' 3 cents. L Myers. Salmon. FOR ' SALE—Registered Poland Chi-j na boar, year o|d. Appjy at McAr thnr Ranch. Salmdh, Tua?:o. FOR SALE—Shares of the capital stock of the Pioneer Bank & Trust Co See Kelly, Salmon. Idaho. w n ,,, ,, _. slight attacks of flu. + + -J- + + + -5- + + + V + + + + SALMON LOCALS t *» ♦ + v v ♦ + *♦ + ♦♦*♦ + ❖ *■*•* + * * + .wc repau Salmon business, ____________, buying supplies at Salmon stores, staying while here at the Dwight Smith ranch for a visit _ Smith & Son and a brood mare be longing to Dwight A. Smith are re ported among the recent live stock losses. Deputy Sheriff Billy Swan came down from Leadore on Saturday to, >ork from the Salmon office hereaf tQ tfae eQd Qf h , g t(?nn Qf Berv , ce 1 in January, The Grand Theatre will reopen Sunday, November 24, with a good program and the house well heated A valuable ram belonging to W. C. j ■30 to bis Ed Morris wag down from Tendoy ; and ventilated for the comfort of a I of patrons. —Adv. Thomas Logan Kirtiey Is the name of the little stranger introduced into Salmon society last Friday, Novem her 15, as the son and heir of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kirtiey, Thomas be ing the maternal patronmic and Lo gan belonging to the paternal side ot the house. Out on the new state highway near, ,he cit y the contractor was looking for a grave i plt cIose at hand for Eurfacing materia! . 0n the Ax.ine-Mc Cormick ranch th(> WM , oc>t . ed no * * 00 ^ ar awa >' an ^ it happened to be rlght where lh e owner wants 10 bui1 ^ a barn. So between contract or and rancher a bargain was struck ^thout a word of hemming and haw ,n? ; , 8 ra ' e l costing the road bui, der 2*4 cents a yard and the ex cavation made providing the ground f ' oor for a a P«endid bank bam that . . . . . the ranch will some day have inelud ed in its building improvtments. probate George W. Cronkrite, Judge-elect, left this week for his old C.ve-In-Bock. ml».... .h.c. he will spend the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. This will be his first visit home in twenty years and he will see a brother and sister woo still live there. A nephew from the same place was in training at Camp Custer not long ago when he con traded fatal influenza. Judge Cron krite had arranged to leave sooner for this visit but was detained by demands of friends of his on _ . sunenng band > crt K no _ have recovered. The remarkable fad j g j-eported by him that all but half _ ____ in _______ , u „. a dozen of the 40 voter* In that . one wa * school district were kept from CAst-^The ing their ballots by the epidemic and that furthermore of those kept at home all were expected to vote j ! | j > j ; 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, 14 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 right as we don't need this stuff. *W. C M'CORMICK. ( j * ; i Boy, Howdy! v If you only knew to bacco you'd get a pouch of Real Gravely today. Then you'd have a sat isfying chew, a good tasting chew. It lasts so much longer that any man can chew this class of tobacco without extra cost • • • • • It toti further—that'» why you can get the good taste of this class cf tobac co without extra cost. PEYTON BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug I Qv a pou cn-znd worin if the salmon^armsteao AUTO STAGE Three times a week each + way, leaving Salmon every •> ■5* Monday, Wednesday and Fri- + •» day and leaving Armstead + «IT Tuesday, Thursday an Bat- * ❖ urdav, arriving at destination 4* * early in the afternoon of same . + Sgf r s a p?omp. 'SSe^No'd^ t *» 1*F*- No long stops at intermed- 4* ♦ late »sations. Through fare. >6 + LAND TRADE ®Ûrviwlng mesubeps of hi|< family their "«'•knowledgement of thanks for the - ..... « and neighbor, wro so kindly assist *• *» the land he acquired in the trade. CARD OF THANK8 William W'ithlngton has aaked The Recorder to express for himself and Charles Mack ha. traded a tract of ■30 acres near Lakeview,' Oregon. farm of L. I. Myers near Salmon con taining 320 acres. The Joke of the j traB ** c,ion 5 * tbat never-aaw ______ . .... ... numerous acts of kindness and help w. .U-,- _______ tulness in their great afflictions. CARO OF THANK8 I wish to thank the many friends WILL WORSHIP TOGETHER /f 1 !," Thanksgiving services will U6lu In tne ed me in my bereavement in the loss of my husband. Harry Yoet. i MRS. BESSIE YOST. Episcopal church at 10:30 a. m. Thursday. November 2S. The R< " v - Mr - Meredi'h will preach ,he * ern >on. Don't fail to do your du *1 on Thanksgiving day. AH denom ....... _ - of l®*tlons should avail themselves thi * du, y and privilege. B. F. MEREDITH, R. S. ST RING FELLOW. CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER Sunday, November 24, services _____ ___ . ___ _______ will be resumed a* usual. Sunday gchoo , 10 a m Even)ng prav er anfl sermon 7:30 p. m All are c'ordlallv V R. S. STRING FELLOW. IN EVERY TIME OF STRESS and difficulty for over ninety years bv the '^^ny^^^'VhS^and encouraged and entertained—delight ed all. informing all, and making home life and loyal «entiment the deal of all. For 1918 the publishers intend to make the pap»*: worth fore. more to the family life than ever b* The splendid serial* alone are events in next year's reading in the family life. Hundreds of Short Stor I e * a j d ^ Artl fles by great con tribu " a TS and serious to the happy humor for which The Companion is famed. !n * h c 8e da >' 8 ,he wh< ? ,e ,. farni, >' heeds J2!(M) a y £[ r for 5 , 8p)end | d t 8S ues. Don't miss Grace Richm md's great serial, Anne Exeter. 10 chapter*, be winning Dseeniber 12. Thq following special offer U made to new subscribers: j. The Youth's Companion—52 is sues of 19'9. 2. All the remaining weekly is sues of 1918. 3 Companion Home Calen J' ou ® av Incit'd** 4. The McCall's All the above for only *2.00, or Magazine- 12 . fashion numbers. All for only $2.50 CAst-^The two magazines may be sent separate addresses If d-»ir«*d. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION Commonwealth Ave. £ Ht. Paul St.. Boston. Mian. New Subscription* Re ceived at this Office. SALMON LOCALS * + -0*<>4 , 4* < î**î*<î*4* + *â*<« Mrs. Sundèrlin Bird exi opend the month of December in Hatte, to leave Salmon next week. John H. Coles has bought a large portion of the elegant furniture re _____ w ____ UJ lani Wajrne - who l " abma *® ■»** '**!• , Mr*. Gilbreath and Mrs. Mathew son are both convalscent from se •u attacks. Mrs. Gilbreath is lh * w,fp of tbe n ** w «»»'»«y treasur er ' E * rI R ' OiHw«"»». and Mm. Math ewson the wife of C. O. Mat hew son. Earl Gool is no longer conneeed with the sheriff's office, having re signed last Saturday. His place has been taken by Billy Swan, hereto fore holding down the lid at Lead ore. . J. A. Melton, partner with the late Victor Bell In the holdings of sheep and lands of the Alaska Basin corn psny, was in Salmon early this week . . _ „ *» business matters. He expect* to return here at an early day. Ancient Olives. Eight of the olive trees In^Se his toric Garden of Olives, near Jerusalem ,re to over 1,000 years old. Stove Time We have a nice line of the ECONOMY, CAST & SHEET IRON HEATERS ROUND OAK & ECONOMY COAL HEATERS COAL HODS, STOVE BOARDS, PIPE Everything you need to set up the Stove. Call us if you can't set up your Stove without swearing a Blue Streak. H avemann UDWAKE SALMON One hundred forty-seven acres, about half of which is fine tillable land, as good as can be found in the county, with fine outside range and improvements as follows: $100 worth of fencing, including 60 rods woven wire and barb wire combined; about 10 acres grubbed and plowed and .$40 worth of garden truck; house, bam, henhouse, hog house, smoke house, cellar, etc., besides Oliver chilled plow, Iron Age garden tools, Queen Cultivator,, lumber, household goods, etc. Location ten miles south of Salmon, immedi ately on the river. Everything mentioned goes with the place. For further particulars call at The Recorder office, Salmon, Idaho. __ Hagen's Cash Market Salmon, Idaho TURKEYS. GEESE. DVCKS AND CHICKENS BEEF. PORK. HUTTON AND VEAL. Our stock includes even' table requisite be sides, including fruits and vegetables, canned goods in variety, cranberries, etc. Nothing delivered except heavy orders and cash is required for all purchases. Thus we are enabled to save our customer* 20 per cent on their purchases. Hagens Cash Market Your Live Stock Nuns Money to You Let us handle your next shipment and get you top Market Prices. Spokane is your nearest ship ping point and the place where you can get best returns. SHIR TO US and be assured of the very best selling service. We can fill feeder and stocker orders. r. w. Mtnrnv commission co. srnK.ixi:. Sunkiff' f it ion Start; Vards \S\ISHL\(!TGM Romans Raised Big Turnips. The Romans raised turnips «one times weighing 4" pounds, and it is thought they Introduced the turnips in to England where, as Cogan said (ISO?) : "Although many men love to eat turnips, swine abhor them." In 1029 und Iff» when there was a dearth In England, good and wholesome white bread was made of boiled turnips, with the moisture pressed out of them, kneaded with an equal quantity of wheat en floor. Spoken in Haste. Collector—"Rut yon said yon would pay me K I c*sn«* t««day." Mr. Btldew —"Well, mv friend, you know bon It is—the lw*st *«f us *oro«-U:ne* any things that we are sorry for." Buy Ticket for a Good Eating Week's N. Y. CAFE. SALMON Where Meals are Served 21 for $*.«> REGULAR MEALS 50c N. G. TAI has opened the dining room of the Brough House and serves the beat there is to eat at Reasonable Prices.'