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Guaranteed for fifty years. A beautiful and useful Christmas gift _;__ 5 . ivi INESS and professional p Quarles Ariel C. Cherry QUARLES A CHERRY attorneys-at-law * ♦ -.ssss, ss*" C TEMXT? R IDAHO GENERAL AUCTIONEER enza nv cot n i t pptvatp ! At? PUBLIC 8 A A T L E PmVATE 1 U K - ian KELLY'S from n ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK AGENCY SALMON. ID AHO whitwellSi kSICIAN AND SURGEON f Salmon, Idaho McNicoll Building. over Ev- a L attention given to thoL t of cbronie diseases such | atism, Indigestion, nervous i first goiter, c at a r rh, varicose was etc. V. BI8COE. FARM LOANS re, Auditing and Collecting. 8almon, Idaho IS F. HANMER. SICIAN AND SURGEON Steele Building, Main Street Phone SI, Office Phone 4. IDGE A CAPERON TRANS FER COMPANY , TRANSFER WORK AND JNG, SALMON, IDAHO. SERVICE AND ALWAYS RELIABLE S A OWENS' TRANSFER MOTOR TRUCK and small parcels delivered anywhere. Phone 175. the year sey just an L HUBBARD. DENTIST Dentistry in all its branches in Steal Block. Phone 19 Res. Phone 50 8almon, Idaho that over INNON, ATTORNEY AT LAW ices I. O. O. F. Bldg. Salmon, Idaho was jin Dr. J. M. ASHLEY DENTIST Gas Given F. Bldg. SALMON, IDAHO ' nel1 LOU 18 FREY L PLUMBING AND HEAT ING SALMON, IDAHO estimates, which are always furnished. R. PIPPENGER, OSTEOPATH Idaho Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. attention to out of town n Fuel and Supply Co. AL—OIL—GASOLINE Reward, $100 ts of this paper will be learn that there is at least disease that science has to cure in all ita stages and rrhJ Xatarrh being greatly by constitutional conditions ~ Etltutlosaf -treatment. Hall's edlclne is taken internally and the Blood on the Mucous Bur the System thereby destroying ion of the disease, giving the ngth by building up the con 'd assisting nature in doing Its : proprietors have so much the curative powers of Hall's ■edlclne that they offer One Dollars for any case that it fails Send for list of testimonials. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, by all Druggist. 78c. A\\ 'ReaVtaa Co. AND CITY PROPERTIES ACCIDENT INSURANCE BONDS, FARM LOANS only responsible con* Notary Public, address P. J. DEMPSEY. Manager. W Teacher. en ce the e rally a4tn I .that exper the best tèaeher, but Bake use of the experience of well as our own? The ex of a thousand persons is he depended upon than that individual. Many thousands have used Chamberlain's :edy for coughs and colds best results, which shows it thoroughly reliable prepara these diseases. Try it. It is *nd effectual and pleasant to vabls Rubber Heel. l:oei has been invented that dipped over the high heel of shoe. the fipp W hodist church services will be resumed 1 Methodist church next Sun- i a *»er 24. F. MEREDITH, Pastor. election every republican and office seeker was be 'dr.nt Wilson -With wordy Now they even call him j * SALMON LOCALS *4 ♦ ♦♦♦♦A***..,.'. . ; - 4'4» + 4.* + 4 ,*g, + v + H. E. ä ,b ' so Mrs. A. H. Ford and son Albert are among the latest sufferers from in enza * t0 ! 1 T1,C three cWldren of the Alf Tear- ! ian family in Salmon are sufferers ! from influenza. ed Mrs. Henry Schmelzel of May is I At n .* , 8lt to relatives in'Boise to re-(own to Mrs. Belle O'Conner and two sons main for a month or two. _ w ^ uuner ana two sons Were over from Pomey this week on a buain ^ 8 "ission to Salmon. | W ' H ' Shonp was able to be at the | Ploneer store on Tuesday for the i first time in two weeks, in which he was an influenza patient. Frank M. Williams has become the owner of the wood sawing outfit heretofore successfully operated by Charles Coffman. Mr. Williams will operate the machine himself hereaf- i j Charley Hardy. ,.™„ te.rh.r «< ' the Forney school, who for the past year has been employed at the Ram- > ^ sey munition plant in Montana, is just out of the Butte hospital from an attack of flu and a very serious attack it was too. Lloyd Brown visited friends in Butte yesterday while en route to his home at Salmon, Idaho, from Camp Lewis, where he has been stationed since last June. Mr. Brown stated that they were letting the lads out over there at the rate of about 200 each day.—Butte Post. in I Mrs. James Mahaffey of Tendoy was brought to Salmon last Sunday ' jin the hope that a change to a lower j altitude might work benefit to her ( health- So it proved, for her condi tion, which had been precarious , from complications following an at tack of influenza that had involved ' nel1 - the heart, has steadily improved, a Mrs. Mahaffey was brought to the home of hex sister. Mrs. Dan O'Con SPECIAL _ WANTED—A Job for a man and wife ! in mine, dredge boat, or saw mill. jH Wile excellent cook and man a j miner, woodsman, expert saw-fller. : handy man, also experienced irri gator. Inquire at The Recorder of-1 fipp * STRAYED-Gray mare branded 7 underscored. Known as the Bengal Clements driving mare. A reward for her return to B. J. Smith, Gil moi*p j WANTED—CoDies of The Recorder Î^ F ™?o e o b - er X ' 1918 a , nd I} 0ctob l r , 11, 1918. Bring or 8 end to Recorder office and receive 10c per copy. FOR *SALE—Gentle saddle mare. 900 lbs., will work in harness, sin-1 gle or double. Inquire at Recorder | office. FOR SALE—BARRED PLYMOUTH j ROCK COCKRELS. ARISTOCRAT i s STRAIN, $2.50 each if ourchased before December 15th. Mrs. W\ M. I CARPENTER, Tendoy, Idaho. REWARD—Lost new hind tire for Ford on road just below Viel's store pies notify Joe Moodie 'for suitable reward. WOOD SAWING OUTFIT—Having purchased the Coffman wood saw ing outfit I will be glad to attend to service in that line. Phone 102 Red, Salmon, for F. M. Williams. WANTED—Plain sewing to do at my home. See Mrs. W'alt Harrison on j the corner adjoining the Stephen i Manfull residence, on the bar. I LOST—Medium sized hand bag con- ■ taining some money, knife, etc. Re- j turn to Recorder office. Reward of- j fered. FOR SALE—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-j tra side lights and chains: the car is fully equipped and will be sold | at a bargain. Apply to Harrv WTiite or Mrs. John W. Brown, Sal mon. Idaho. FOR SALE—Old Louisiana strain Barred Plymouth Rock Cockrels; , a few left. W T . H. Shearin, Salmon. POTATOES FOR WINTER—Get your supply before the advance in price. Now $1.50 per hundred at Hagen's Cash Market. W ANTED—Lots in Finstur addition. See Harry Kelly, Salmon. FOR SALE—Chevrolet car in good j 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 1 pQ R g^LE—A DeLaysI Separator at i t j,e Axline McCormick ranch. LOST—Ten black face rams, near Gibbonsvllle, two and three year olds, belonging «o shall. Please notify Harry Kelly, Salmon, for reward. FOR SALE—Shares of the capital stock of the Pioneer Bank & Trust Co. See Kelly, Salmon. Idaho. j ▼**♦*♦♦ + . . . . A ... u«.. . _ *♦♦♦ ♦ SALMON LOCALS ♦ ▼ - . . ▼ + 4 . 4 ,^, + + ^, + + + <4f + + + + ^ < ^ 4> The public library reopens today so patrons may get books at Mrs. 1 Murdoch ' 8 millinery store where the J book ® are now Placed. Hours from 3 ) t0 5 * Very Friday »fternoon. to The H a«ens have taken over the Lemhi dini u* room, which was open- ! ed Thanksgiving day with their us- 1 Inally attracUve menu and service At least until the opening of their ,or re-(own cafe the Hagens will continue to serve regular meals at the Lemhi, accordin S t0 announcement. _ _ _________ " tb LeBlie Redbetter rancher ,.n .he ln Sa!mon r ^ \l ta what was one of the worst cases of influenza yet reported in this city wh^-e the patient was brought for Z aThVwîrr VS-nT Sd ^ The Recorder office, that is the type setting machinery, was under i the care of a doctor for two or three li j days thiB week. Rather there were ' „„a, . J ^ > ^ d CaSe8 ' WheD ^ Ralph Ir * frequently the case j vin called Dr. John Cooper, when the two together were enabled to cope with the complications as revealed after a careful diagnosis in the elec the heating insides of the machine. Mrs. William Wayne of Salmon re ceived a message from the old home in Belgium a few days ago, the first received since the invasion of that country by the Huns. The message told of th death of the mother of the Salmon lady as long ago as 1917 but as I other relatives still survive, includ ing the family of Mr. Wayne, who ' went to England and escaped the in j vaders. Mrs. Wayne had not known'room ( before that her mother had passed on. j , 1 G. B. Crippen, whose toad work in the county always commends him as a road maker par excellence, has | completed some much needed im- ! provements in his specialty on Car- j men creek, where there was a dan gerous wash by the roadside. This wag something like a deadfall till Mr. ! Cri PP« n moved the road away out of ' jH 16 dangerous proximity to j wash. He has stopped his work for ; : the W j nt er. ' * Former Judge J. R. Bothw*ell has ^vored us with a report of the offic-, voting in the judgeship contest) in the fourth district, in which it was erroneously reported Th the Boise j »1 . « daily papers that Judge Ensign had j been defeated. On the contrary it Is , seen that Judge Ensign was elected * i^' th more than . .0 votes to spare. J he cand,dat ^ 8 against him were f Lawyers Stafford and Wilcox of | Gooding county. Judge Babcock was ire-elected without opposition to j j serve in the district with Judge En- 1 i s ign. ! * ■' ■ ■ ■ . ■ ■ ■ * ..... . 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 Can£, 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. The Man in the Tobacco Store Says —it doe* beat all how men are facing to Real Grave ly, Dow that they know it costs nothing extra to chew this dass of tobacco. All you have to do is to get a man to take his first plug of Gravely. Let him get the pure, satisfying Grave ly taste, and learn for him self how much longer the small Gravely chew stays S *th him than a big chew ordinary plug. • • • • It frei farther — that's why yea cam get the faad toxte •/ this clou cf tehmtn without extra cast. PEYTON BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug lOt a poucn-3/xcf worth u P D GRAVELY TOÛACCO CO.. DANVILLE VA ÿ AUTO STAGE * v Three times a week each <• + way. iearing Salmon every v 4* Monday, Wednesday and Fii- 4 ❖ day and leaving Armstead ev- 4- ' 4* ery Tuesday, Thursday an Sat- 4 X earf/'tT. a ^h Vln f, al des,ination F , y early in the afternoon of same + day*. A Carrying mails and pas- 4* ♦ ?*' ngers - Prompt service. No de- 4 ▼ ^ No long stops at in termed- 4* ▼ w* AO tong stops at interned- * 4> late stations. Through fare. $6 4 1 J ♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦0444 44444 PERSONAL ) Postmaster Homer Holbert went to Rexburg on Wednesday morning automobile, expecting to return today. ! 1 Mar ** r * t Roberts and Miss Gunts man ar * to leave Salmon next week ,or ,ral,lin P ia the Studen't Nurses . Reser >> work. n-__ _____ ____ George Schimmel. representing tb « Hutte Paper company, was mak ln * the round a ° f Salmon business hoMf! th,s hia visit week, his flrsf visit since the coming of the railroad. v . Mrs. lictor Bell and family includ mg her mother, are home again in frora ,he 8#d m '" lo -\ lha R * kw " - " d w ° Falls for the funeral of Mr. Bell. Th * U. S. Civil Service Commis- i 8,00 announces that the examlna li °ns for forest and field clerk with a knowledge of stenography or type writing have been postponed from j November 30, 1918, to December 7, 1918. Information may be had at the Salmon Forest office. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shoup have re- j ceived word from two of their son* 1 that they will not be home as soon ! as expected. Richard is now at Camp Kearney. California, and has been ' appointed in the expert bombers di- ! vision and may go to France. Walter j will complete his course of training j at Camp Hancock, Georgia, in six j weeks. He hopes to continue in the | service. Word has not been received j from Roy, who is in France, since | the signing of the armistice. The opening of the Hagen dining known'room on Thanksgiving day was marked by an unexpected number of j patrons, so that the management 1 was somewhat short in the provis ions made for them. This wa s large ly r wing to poor range facilities, | W |.; ch the management will be able j ! to overcome at once. Besides serving j regular meals week days the n.*xt | Sunday dinner will be ample Tor all ! jjtQron's according tor Mr." Hat •'n's 'report made this morning. The hours ' will be from 4 tq 8 o'clock, with the | the;^,.^;!,. dinner hour from 12 ■ to 2.1 ; „io 0 The Sunday dinner feature will ' maintained There were tftft rwr I De maintained. There were 100 pt r «on» served their Thanksgiving feast by the Hagens --- STOCKHOLDERS MFETING Notice of antral Rtockhholder» . ft 1 ® Citizens, National Bank. ; « Salmon. Idaho. j Notice is hereby given that t^e nn nual meeting of th stockholders of Citizens Natic:. «1 Bar'- of Sal mon. Idaho, will be held at the bank (nj; hougp of B&id bRaf . SHlal0n f Tdabo. o-' Tuesdav the 14th dar of, Jànuary. 1919. at 4 o'clock p. m of, said day for the purpose of electing j « board of directors of said bark for thft w r. 1 December 2nd. 1918. * ' " T' j ! O. B. QUARLES, Prsldent. ..... . * + * + + * + + ... * * * * * Mrs - Mudred f Rou returned to Sal mon hy Monday'« train. Jo ® Cockrell was at Butte from Thursday of last week till Monday, when he returned to Salmon, Mrs. Charley Jonea and Al Royce, well known residents of tiibbons ea nia tng ' " -------- ' are suffering from influensa Mrs. J. H. Wright has been ap pointed by Woman's Committee 'chairman, Mrs. P. J. Dempsey of the committee for gathering statistic* of county soldiers for state hi* tory compilationa. Mr * Hamner and »on Ferguson rc ,un »ed from Butte on Monday's ,rain after a** 1 "* off from that city huaband and father. Dr Hanmer. who Roes to Camp harden. Oregon to uk * "*» army work a surgeor you of for you For with the rank of captain interesting and Inst furtive l>ook H*** have been secured by Mrs. EC. Frasier, proprietor of the Grand Theatre, among which she is able to announce: "Pershings Crosaders" for December 7: "My Four Years in '!o*nmuty D^^r lS; a»I CWl,e - -«».«*» *m.-....... Stove Time W£ hav 2 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 s?t up your Stove without swearing a Blue Streak. AVEMANN AEDWiRE 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 S lowed and $40 worth of garden truck; houfv», am, 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. DICKS AND CHICKENS BEEF. PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL. Our stock includes every 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 customers 20 per cent on their purchases. Hagens Cash Makket Your live Stock Means Money to Yon 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. SHIP TO US and be assured of the very best selling service. We can fill feeder and stocker orders. f. W, MURPHY COMMISSION CO. Sixth aw SPOhU.YE. 1 'it ion Stock ) orth w.is/i h\i;rns ea ana nu wire, a »on and daughter^ William E. McCracken and Mrs. Willard Rood, departed for Califor nia last Thursday morniag,''"expeet tng to spend the winter there. About CrouP If your children are subject to croup, or if you have reason 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 croup, and It Is Important that you observe the directions carefully. For sale b> E. G. Hettinger. Saimaa Bu;< Ticket for a Good Eating Week's N. Y. CAFE, SALMON Where Meals are Served # 21 for 38.50 REGULAR MEALS 56c N. G. TAI has opened the dining room of the Brough House and serves the best there is to eat at Reasonable Price*.