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The Idaho recorder. [volume] (Salmon City, Idaho) 1886-1927, December 13, 1918, Image 8

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CHRISTMAS
GIFTS
COMMUNITY SILVER (WARE, CHINA
PVRALIN IVORY LEATHER GOODS
CUT GLASS, HEISE Y GLASSWARE
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
SAFETY RAZORS, SENECA CAMERAS
CANDY, CIGARS, J>IPES,
PERFUME, TOILET WATER r\
With a list like this why go elsewhere? **
E. G. Hettinger
The Salmon Druggist
TOME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION
WHILE THE STOCK IS FRESH AND COM
PLETE AT THE
Salmon VARIETY STORE Idaho
THIS IS THE YEAR WHEN YOU SHOULD
GIVE PRACTICAL, SENSIBLE, USEFUL
GIFTS.
USEFUL G I F T SUGGESTIONS—Glows,
Hosiery, Caps and Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, China,
Gowns, Underwear, Cut Glass, Pyrex Glass
Ware, Enameled Wear.
CHRISTMAS TOYS—For the children—Dolls
with hair, Dolls with sleepy eyes, Unbreakable
dolls. Celluloid dolls.
BOOKS—For the Boys, for the Girls, for the
Children.
I FRESH CANDIES AND NUTS
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SALMON (ITT GARAGE
Agency and service station for Dodge Bros, and
Chevrolet Cars.
•Battery Charging and Repair Station.
Tires and Automobile Accessories
Vulcanizing Shop in conjunction.
Live Storage at $10 per month; Dead Storage at
$6 per month.
BRADLEY G WATKINS
*.i*$*-~
An International Service Built
on Tiny Profits Per Pound
Some industries have been able to get in
step with war demands more quickly than
others.
In many cases mighty plants have sprung
up—but at a prodigious cost.
The packing industry was able to adapt
itself to unheard of demands more quickly,
perhaps, than any other industry. And this
was because the vast equipment of packing
plants, refrigerator carsf branch houses, etc.,
had been gradually developed to its present
state of efficiency, so that in the crucial hour
it became a mighty international system for
war service.
And how had this development taken place?
Not by making vast inroads into the capi
tal wealth of the country, but largely by using,
from year to year, a portion of the profits, to
provide for expansion.
8wift St Company's profits have always been so
tiny, compared with salsa, that they have had practic
ally no effect on the price of meat (amounting to only
• fraction of a cent per pound).
And yet the owners of the business have been
content with reasonable returns on their capital, and
have been able, year after year, to put part of the
profits back into the business to provide for its
expansion.
These fractions of tiny profits have been repaid to
to the public many fold in the form of better service,
and better and cheaper meat, and made it possible for
Swift St Company to meet, undaunted, the sudden
cry for meat for overseas.
;va r
Could any ot^er method of financing a vital
industry involve less hardship to the people of the
country? Could there be a better instance of true
"profit-sharing" than this return in added usefulness
and in national preparedness ?
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Lemhi Dinii
TELL THEM THAT THE HAGENS WILL
GIVE ANOTHER BIG SUNDAY DINNER
NEXT SUNDAY FROM 4 TO 8 P. M.
50c TO 65c
TURKEY, GOOSE, DUCK.
At Greene's Store
We handle only honest groceries of first quali
ty. And in addition to that, we consider each cus
tomer a personal friend and treat him as such.
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MlSLETOE BEANS, CHRISTMAS
CURRANTS, CANNED PUMPKIN
ORANGES, LEMONS, LIBBEY'S
l'Ll'M PITHING, MHS. PORTER*
FIO PUDDING. CANDIED PEEL. '
__ LIBBY'S MINCE MEAT. DEL HON
TE DRIED FRUITS. CALARAB ,
MIXED M.,Tc ^ CANDIED FRUITS. WALNUTS and
MIXED NUTS. CHRISTMAS CAN
DIES IN BULK.
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* PLEASANT GROVE *
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Mrs. Margaret Holbrook, mother
of Harry Holbrook, came from Poca
tello oa Monday. She arrived too late
for the funeral of her son because of
a delay at Armstead. Mrs. W. P.
Garner, mother of Mrs. Harry Hol
brook, came at the same time Intend
ing to remain for a visit but was re
called to her Pocatello home by the
■erious illness of another daughter.
Mrs. Margaret Holbrook returned on
Thursday accompanied by Mrs. Har
ry Holbrook and six-year-old son.
who intend making their home at
the Gate City.
The Geertson creek school will
not reopen until after the Christmas
holhjays because of influenza still in
the district. Miss Emerson, the
teacher returned from Tlannack. Mon
tana, on Tuesday expecting to re
sume her teaching duties.
The Walter Pchofletd* are ju3t
able, to he out out after an attack of
flu.
LEADORE
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At an pen air meeting held at
Leader« last Friday afternoon' it
was decided to continue quarantine
regulations, school excepted, until
me New > ear.
School was reopened Monday, the
9th. No visitors to be received and
parents requested to be very care
ful and not send any pupil who is at
all ill.
Mrs. George Clark returned from
Salmon on Saturday evening where
«he has been nursing for the past
thret months.
DON'T FORGET RED CROSS ROLL
CALL JOIN NOW.
Public Sal
Live Stock ®. Fai
Machinery
TWO MILES SOUTH OF SALMON ON CHALLIS ROAD AT
M'CORMICK RANCH.
On December
Having sold our ranch and the new owner taking possession
1, 1919, we will sell at the above location on December 23, 1918
lowing live stock, machinery, farm equipment and househob
Sale to begin promptly at 1 o'clock on above date.
20 head of young stock hogs running in weight fi.
to one hundred pounds. This bunch of pigs are|
year's pigs and afe from pure bred Berkshi
grade Poland China sows. There are some
sow prospects'in this bunch of pigs.
Pure bred, registered, Berkshire boar, age one yt
6 Head pure bred Berkshire sows and gilts* L
March farrow to registered boars. Sows.are al
four of them being yearling gilts bred for th]
farrow. All Berkshires are either registered 01
to register. Registration papers and transfers
with each sow or gilt of this grade.
3 Head grade Poland China sows, bred for Mardi
to registered boars.
Grey mare, six years old weighs 1100 lbs., sound
Pay gelding, nine years old weight 1450 lbs. Tl
hones are well broke and will work anywhere.
20 head bred 2-year-old Cotswold ewes
Peering Mowing Machine in good running order
Peeling Hay Rake in good order
'Yew Studebaker light spring wagon, used thre:
Heavy spring wagon, good running gears, needs
only. Single buggy in good order. Cutter wit
Set heavy single bivgy harness with collar, usej
Two way Emerson Plow*, used one season.
Harrow cart riding attachment for spike tooth_
No. 15 De Laval Cream Separator' nearly new- ii
running order This separator has a power attal
and was used one fall and winter. Babcock T
Minnetonna Home Creamery hand and
churn, capacity from 3 to 20 lbs. This chui
rmd works the butter without handling,
o-lb capacity butter printer for above churn v
dred cartons Graduated milk scale Steel Bull
Five and Ten gallon milk cans 2 Stands Bees.
White Frost steel Refrigerator, 100-Ib ice capacij
Complete Blacksmith outfit consisting of steel fl
vil, post drill \yith assortment of bits, set taps
with .stock. Blacksmith hammers, tongs and
ies. Wheel Barrow, steel: 2 patented hoc
Steel Grindstone frame 2 Spring cots arid n;
Set steel wire stretchers for heavy woven wiref^
Heating stove. Gasoline stove, 2 Incubators
I* nil sized Mattress, and other household goods
Many small articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE: All amounts undef F
cash. Balance foui months time on approved
baring 8 per cent interest; discount for cash 5
on sums over $10.
„„ AXLINE & M'CORMICK 0
M. H. CARPENTER Auctioneer. F. V. BISQ
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I PALACE RESTAURA
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NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC
Q Under former well-known management of
who was located at same place in Salmon ter
fcgo. He has come back. Please call and 1[
« serve you as of old. Everything new
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! In the Wstrict S Co M uS 0> : S
Judicial District of Idas ° f tl
the county of Lemhi
«on. PlaintifT. vs p w
fendant. *
The state of Idaho sends
to the Above Named Def e
You Are Hereby Notifi
corilplaint has been filed
in the District Court of the
, dicial District of Idaho, to*
county of Lemhi, by the 1
led plaintiff and you are h
rected to appear and
i s ald complaint (a cop nf .
I hereto attached) within t»e,
: of the service of this
served within said Judicial
and within forty days if 1
where.
The said action is bro
cover judgment against yon
I sum of *311.00 together »a
'est thereon at the rate off
per annum until paid, fnJ
1916, and for costs of suit
proper relief; the same
balance of account due f re .
the plaintiff, and for mont
and advanced as get fork a
in said complaint, to which
j is here made.
And You Are Further
That unless you so appear
wer «aid complaint within
herein specified the pi aiR j
take judgment against you
in said complaint.
WITNESS my hand ard
said District Court this n
dav of November. 191 s
I (Seal) ' '
J. L. KIRTLEY, Jr
By W. W. SIMMONDS]
QUARLES & CHERRY,
for Plaintiff. Residence'
I Lemhi county, Idaho. '
'November 29—January 10

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