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and n larger vl.-dqn. ls tlie a 1 /n or (should be of those who would pfovent delinquency. Concrete nnftisemeuts are desirable, says a writer hut they do isot innko up for instilling the hab it of leisurely friendships, that are equally appreciate] by the boy In bis adolescence, or the man who has be come a fine cltlmi through th. Ir ln« fluence. Few Escape. There are few Ind'el «in r scape having at lenut one cold during the ■sinter months, and they are fortun ate who have but or.e and c**t through with It «aulekly and without any serious consequ* nco- Tain Chamberlain'« Couch Resuedy and observe the directions with each bot tle, and you are likely t i be one of • he fortunate ones The worth and merit of this remedy htm been fully Proven. There are many families who have always used It for years when troubled with « cough or coil, and with the very best results For • ale by K. Ct. llotllngi r ( S. liu-iii Druggist Peanut Cookie». One cupful of buft'-r. one und n hnif cupfuls or powdered sugi.r. three »• one cupful of freshly rousted p.miuts. |M»unded. rolled f>> n coarse pow der and mixed with about three cupfuls of floor. Cream the butter and sugar, odd the beaten eggs, then the flour ami crushed peanuts. The dough should be Just Stiff enough to luindl* easily. Drop the dough by the spoonful upon u floured b >ard, ;.nt It Into round cukes with the flugers. grate u little nutmeg over'the top of euch cake and hake. • (hristoff Nielson's (û SHOE REPAIRING PRKES New machine for all sorts of shoe repairing, for which prices will be as follows : Men's half soles..............................................$1.50 Men's full soles................................................ 1.75 Men's heels.......................................................50 Men's rubber soles.......................................... 1.50 Half rubber heels.............................................50 Whole rubber heels.............................65c and .75 Hob nails............. ..............................50c and .75 Lady's half soles *.......................................... 1.00 Lady's Heels ................,................................ .40 For Boy\and Girl's work the charge will be ac cording to size. Patches ....................................................25c to 50c Toe caps, men's...................... 75 Toe caps, lady's...............................................50 Guaranteed Good Work sind Materials. REMEMBER THE CRIPPLED SHOEMAKER [ ALLEN O. HESS* Licensed Auctioneer, General Farm and Live stock Sales. Dates arranged at residence next to the Tom Andrews home, Salmon, Idaho. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION WHILE 1 HE 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 GIFT SUGGESTIONS—Gloves, Hosiery, Caps and Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, China, Gowns, Underwear, Cut Glass, Pyrex Glass Ware, Enamebd 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 SALMON (III GARAGE Agency and service station for Dodge Bros, and Chevrolet Cars. Battery Charging and Repair Station. Tires and Automobile Accessories Vulcanizing Shop in conjunction. vulcanizing anop in eonju neu Storage at $10 j>er month; Dead Storage at $6 per month. BRADLEY & WATKINS Where's the worst hill in your neighborhood ? The one that's hardest to climb. Tlie one you would like to take on "high." Put TEXACO MOTOR OIL ii your crank case and have a co al ii. See how much more power your motor de liver.;. S.te how TEXACO ?u()TUR OIL seal;' up the y.pacc beftvet n pi. ton rings and cylinder walls, how it prevents leakage of "gus," and how it conserves all the energy of your mixture. ! SALMON FUEL 8 . SUPPLY CO. COAL, OIL. GASOLINE. Idaho. A. A. Smith & Co., the larrg C 8 t and fastest growing Fur House In the smallest TOWN In the WORLD received.a letter stating that furs did drop from 15 tn 95 per cent In one night yet O. J. Daniels of Wag inhammer. sold to above com pany December 12 for ever 1300, his catch for the season. A. A. Smith Is paying such high prices that he ls sure to go broke, firing your furs and help us go broke. Send by mail and avoid the next drop. The new hall fixed up for the Mu nicipal band is ''Just right," a K the proud lessees sav about their new homo for practice ar.d assembly pur poses. In dimensions the hall Is am nb- for dancing, having a good floor and attractive walls, which the mem bers. who know bow to do that sort of iliing, turned in and frescoed In fin" taste. The second floor of one of the Slioup buildings opposite The Hoc mler office Is ti e location and it i: all that could be desired in that feature. This office ls mighty proud of ils new neighbors In the band. NY Makes Such light,Tasty Biscuits % "V & -AC Just let mother £.11, ''Biscuits for Breakfast 1" We're sure there's a treat that can't be beat in store for us — light, tender biscuits — toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness 1 For mother is sure of her baking powder—Calumet. She never disappoints us because CALUMET BAKING POWDER never disappoints her. it's dependable. Results ylways the same—^the best. Cali-incoliNUns: auch »offre- , Éîcnts\s fi ;vc Ijecm approved o£5 Cially'bji'.R; L'.§.,lH>öd Authorities. You Save When Y du Huy Ii. *You Save ^Vhcii Yoa Usa lî. K1GKES1Ä U iSA^i . 'G Lemhi Dining Room TELL THEM THAT THE HAGENS WILL GIVE ANOTHER BIG SUNDAY. DINNER NEXT SUNDAY FROM 4 TO 8 P. M. £0c TO 65c v 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. KK MISLETOE BEANS, CHRISTMAS CURRANTS, CANNED PUMPKIN, ORANGES. LEMONS. LIBBEY'S I'Ll'.M PUDDING, MRS. PORTER'S FIO PUDDING. CANDIED PEEK LIBBY'S MINCE MEAT. DEL MON TE DRIED FRUITS. CALARAB CANDIED FRUITS. WALNUTS and MIXED NUTS. CHRISTMAS CAN DIES IN BULK. SALMON SOLDIER BOYS j Th G. A. R. gave a reception Wed nesday night for returning Boldiera, the affair taking place at Odd Fel lows hall. The Woman's Relief corps were included in the guest list. N. I. Andrews made the welcoming ad dress and John Emigh responded. Sam Sternberg and Mrs. Meredith were the musicians to provide that feature of the entertainment. A lun cheon of coffee, sandwiches and beans was served to make the func tion altogether one of great enjoy ment for all the large gathering. The soldier list included Paul McPherson. John Eniigh, Hank Bloeser, Phil She non, Orrney Beers and Lloyd Brown. MRS. EVERETT BUYS DWELLING Mrs. A. E. Everett, widow of the well-known Salmon merchant, has purchased for 31,650 the George Kern dwelling house on the bar now occupied bv J. E. Noddings fatpily. The Kelly agency made the sale. r V m I I j j ! Calmon Shoemaker Who i 3 Doing Well in Suite cf Handicap. . , ..... . This is the Salmon shoemaker. who although bereft o. the lower lorUous of his legs from exposur while herding sheep in the hills, is Hüll able to carç.- on an independent business enterprise ol Ins own, Lav-, mg a shop v. n.i . n ofl'-rn equipm i% nt._ ----------------- - EPISCOPAL CHURCH Church of the Redeemer, Sunday, " ...... December 22, Sunday school at 10 <-. m.,' morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. All are invited. R. S. STR1NGFELLIW. Public Sal Live Stock ®. Far Machinery TWO MILES SOUTH OF SALMON ON CHALLIS ROAD AT M'CORMICK RANCH. On December Having 6 old our ranch and the new owner taking possession 1, 1919, we will sell at the above locution on December 23, 1918, lowing live stock, machinery, farm equipment and household Sale to begin promptly at 1 o'clock on above date. 20 head of young stock hogs running in weight fr to one hundred pounds. This ounch of pigs are al year's pigs and are from pure bred Berkshire grade Poland China sows. There* are some good] sow prospects in this bunch of pigs. Pure bred, registered, Berkshire boar, age one yeai 6 Head pure bred Berkshire sows and gilts- bH March farrow to registered boars. Sows are all four of them being yearling gilts bred for theij farrow. All Berkshires are either registered or to register. Registration papers and transfers with each sow or gilt of this grade. 3 Head grade Poland China sows, bred for March to registered boars. Grey mare, six years old weighs 1100 lbs., sound ad Bay gelding, nine years old weight 1450 lbs. The| horses are well broke and will work anywhere. 20 head bred 2-year-old Cotswold ewes Deering Mowing Machine in good running order Deering Hay Ralsrun good order New Studebaker right spring wagon, used three il Heavy spring wagon, good running gears, needs nr only. Single buggy in good order. Cutter with Set heavy single buergy harness with collar, used Two way Emerson^Plow, used one season. Harrow cart riding attachment for spike tooth hs No. 15 De Laval Cream Separator- nearly new- in running order This separator has a power attacl and was used one fall and winter. Babcock Tel -Minnetonna Home Creamery hand and p| churn, capacity from 3 to 20 lbs. This churn and works the butter without handling. 5-th capacity butter printer for above churn vat dred cartons Graduated milk scale Steel Bull Five and Ten gallon milk cans 2 Stands Bees. White Frost steel Refrigerator, 100-Ib ice capacity] Complete Blacksmith outfit consisting of steel for vil, post drill with assortment of bits, set taps al with stock. Blacksmith hammers, tongs and acr ies. Wheel Barrow, steel: 2 patented hog Steel Grindstone frame 2 Spring cots ahd mat Set steel wire stretchers for heavy woven wire ta j Heating stove, Gasoline stove, 2 Incubators Full sized Mattress, and other household goods Manv small articles too numerous to .mention. TÈRMS OF SALE: All amounts under ten cash. Balance four months time on approved baring 8 per cent interest; discount for cash o Pi on sums over $10. _ I AXLINE & M'CORMICK 0v1 W. H. CARPENTER Auctioneer. F. V. BISCQEj kxkxxkxkkkkkkkskkkk; PALACE pESTAURAN NOW OPEN TO PUBLIG ^ Under former well-known management of bO V who was located at same place in Salmon tenyj X a go. He has come back. Please call and Hi IQ serve you as of old. Everything new. & xKKKXKXsouonoasuoc; i I» u» m^ 8 £5°5» Judicial District of Idaho 1 the county of Lemhi, ajw son, Plaintiff, vs. p. wo fendanL ' ^ r The state of Idaho sends to the Above Named Defend * You Are Hereby N Ä da complaint has been filed in the District Court or the q? dicial District of Idaho in anrt . county of Lemhl, by the abo v . ed plaintiff and you are ht,* rected to appear and an*Tü said complaint (a copy of *•>, hereto attached) within twent of the service of this 8Un ,j served within said Judicial r and within forty days if BerTe : where. j The said action is brought cover Judgment against v OU u I sum of S311.00 together ' with I jest thereon at the rate of 7 per annum until paid, from Jo 1916, and for costs of suit proper relief; the same bel balance of account due from the plaintiff, and for money and advanced as set forth a"d in said complaint, to which refl is here made. 1 And You Are Further That unless you so appear wer said com pj a } nt within thJ herein specified the plaintif! take judgment against you^l ; s; , id cn m->iaint ' a W)TXESS * m y hand and r , aid District Court thfe an ° , dav Q j November. 1918 j (Seal) j. L . KIRTLEY. Jr.. , : By W. W. SIMMONDS QUARLES & CHERRY, itfl ^ u auüuo v.nr<itiu, for Plaintiff. Residence, Lemhi county, Idaho. November 29—January 10, ' 19 !