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4 LEADORE *
John A. Reddington and Harry
Benson oane in Monday morning
ttom attending the 8. A. T T. C. of
the University of Idaho nt Moscow.
Sunday evening the sad new«
came In that Earner Stroud died De
cember Utb In Prance.
W. D. Farn ham vm railed to Sal
mon Monday on account of Illness
la the family there.
John Haddington came in Thurs
day, December lttb, ton a business
trip In the east.
Leon Bella let Tueadav for the
«mat on business He will vialt hin
parent* near Dea Molnea. Iowa, be
foré returning.
Kldo St rod, who hue been home
on a furlopg h, left f or camp Tuesday.
J CARD OF THANKS.
Tl»e fallier of Charley Dow wishes
The Recorder to any for hlm l liât he
•a grateful for all the many acta of
kindness and sympathy called forth
by the death of Ilia boy and takea
this mean« of making acknowledg
ment thereof.
liUiÜUiiUiUiUiiittil
PALACE RESTAURANT p
NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC K
Under former well-known management of LOUIS, p
who was located at same place in Salmon ten years xx
ago. He has come back. Please call and let him K
***■ serve you as of old. Everything new. jj|
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..........................................:K£.:~ .40
For Boy's 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 and 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 THE STOCK IS FRESH AND COM
PLETE AT THE
Silmoil VARIETY STORE iddho
THIS IS THE YEAR WHEN YOU SHOULD
GIVE PRACTICAL, SENSIBLE, USEFUL
GIFTS.
USEFUL G I F T SUGGESTIONS—Gloves,
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.
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
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* FOURTH OF july " *
1 School la cloned for an Indefinite
•time an a precaution to prevent the
; »prend of the flu In thin aeetlon.
/There are no cases In our nelghbor
] hood at present.
The Ed Allen family spent last
Sunday with the Gautier family on
their way to lndianola.
Mr. and Mrs. Allie White, Joe
Wray and Clarence Palmer were In
Sainton doing some Christmas shop
ping Tuesday. i
Mr. Nichols of Kalispel, Mont., Is
spending the holidays with hia
daughter, Mrs. Prank Munkras.
The people on the creek have re
sponded splendidly to the Red Cross
Roll Call.
Miss Virginia Gautier. who Is
teaching at Raker, is home for the
holidays.
W. C. Smith and family and Mr.
and Mr.. Theodore Ketcbum spun.
Christman day with the* Seth Dali
family at Tendoy.
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The Farmer Receives More Than Five
Thousand DoUars a Minute From
Swift k Company
This amount is paid to the farmer for live
stock, by Swift & Company alone, during the
trading hours of every business day.
All this money is paid to the farmer through
the open market in competition with large and
small packers, shippers, speculators and dealers.
The farmer, feeder, or shipper receives
every cent of this money ($300,000 an hour,
nearly $2,000,000 a day, $11,500,000 a week) in
cash, on the spot, as soon as the stock he has
just sold is weighed up.
Some of the money paid to the farmer dur
ing a single day comes back to the company in
a month from sale of products; much does not
come back for sixty or ninety days or more.
But the next day Swift & Company, to meet the
demands made by its customers, must pay-out
another $2,000,000 or so, and at the present high
price levels keeps over $250,000,000 continuously
tied up in goods bn the way to market and in
bills owed to the company. #
This gives an idea of the volume of the
Swift & Company business and the requirements
of financing it. Only by doing a large business
can this company him live stock into meat and
by-products at the lowest possible cost, prevent
waste, operate refrigerator cars, distribute to
retailers in all parts of the country — and be
recompensed with a profit of only a fraction of
a cent a pound—<a profit too small to have any
noticeable effect orfthe price of meat or live stock.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Lemhi Dining Room
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.
XX
MISLETOE BEANS, CHRISTMAS
CURRANTS, CANNED PUMPKIN.
ORANGES, LEMONS, LIBBEY'S
PLUM PUDDING, MRS. PORTFR'S
FIG PUDDING, CANDIED PEEL.
LIBBY'S MINCE MEAT, DEL MON
TE DRIED FRUITS. CALARAB
CANDIED FRUITS. WALNUTS and
MIXED NUTS. CHRISTMAS CAN- ,
* DIES IN BULK.
WHERE WOUNDED MEN
YIELD TO DAY DREAMS
Restored to Health and Vigor in
Red Cross Convalescent
Homes.
The surgeon has extracted the Im
partially distributed bits of shrapnel
from your works. The wounds have
healed. The wheels go 'round again,
and the clock ticks.
But It doesn't keep correct time.
This business of calling "Time!" on
the Boche means so many broken clocks
nowadays that the master-menders
can't keep them on their tables after
they're mended. So the question where
they shall sit around while they're be
ing regulated looms large.
The Ited Cross answers that ques
tion with its convalescent homes. It
J/as six of-those In operation. A suit
able place is found—sometimes do
nated—and management and equip
ment are provided by the Red Cross,
while the Army has furnished disci
pline and a neverwailing supply of con
valescents.
These homes menn that men who
are scarcely hospital subjects, yet who
can by no means go hack to their du
ties, have a place that does what
"home" does for the 'French or Eng
lish soldier, what "home" does for
any one, In fact, when the doctor gets
through.
You know. He c».ys: "You're all
right now. It's only a matter of nttrs
lug und food."
But ydu know he's only looking at
the works he's tinkered, and that the
soul within you Is grousing os it never
did when the body was down and out.
It wants something, and it doesn't
know what It Is. But if It doesn't get
It pretty quick the works are going to
get gummed again. You know your
mother could And out what that dog
gone thing Is right away and hand It
to you on a plate. But General Per
shing won't let you go to her. * • •
And the War Department won't let her
come to you »
Then you're taken to a Red Cross
convalescent home—nnd there Is the
very thing you wanted! But you
couldn't describe it even then to save
your life.
It Is a bit of ccddllng, and pretty
surroundings, and women's faces, and
light laughter nnd time to play nnd all
that sort of thing. It is forgetting the
crash of war nnd remembering that
there are pleasant, soft voices. It's
even such things as gaily-flowered sofa
pillows to jam Into a corner and make
a qjee lolling place while you read
nnd smoke and talk. It's slippers In
stead of trench boots, or day-dreams
4L Place of the nightmare of killing.
NO SEALS SOLD THIS YEAR.
The customary sale of Red Cross
Christmas seals will not be held this
year. It seemed best to both the
American Red Cross nnd the National
Tuberculosis Association to unite In
the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call to
reduce the number of appeals to the
public for contributions. There will
he no lessening of activities by the
National Tuberculosis Association
through this arrangement, as the Bed
Cross War Council lias appropriated
'>00.000 for anti-tuberculosis work
iiiglDUl in lieu of the money that ordi
narily would be raised by a Christmas
Seal Campaign. However, every per
son joining the Bed Cross -during the
Bed Cross Christmas Boll Call will be
awarded ten seals to be used us here
tofore.
THE RED CROSS GORDON.
An American Red Cross worker who
was among those volunteering to help
in the hospitals and at the station
where the hospital trains arrived, over
heard some of the wounded talking
about the American Red Cross.
"Gee! We'd a starved if it hadn't
been for the Bed Cross !" salft one boy,
and then, laughing r.t his own exagger
ation, he went on to explain the cir
cumstances under which the Bed Cross
representative with his division hnd
done some timely service. The Ger
mans, of course, were to blame, for
they retreated so rapidly that it was
practically impossible for the supplies
to keep up* with the pursuing Ameri
cans.
"We cleaned up seven kilometers In
less than two hours," another reclining
figure explained, "and they were still
going when I was knocked out. For
three days I hnd had nothing to eat
hut hard tack, and for some days be
fore the food had been monotonous—
to put It mildly. So you can imagine
"hat it meant to us hoys to have the
Bed Cross Gordon come up with a sup
ply of chocolate, cnnr.ed peaches nnd
other good things. It was a life-saver."
1918 RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEAL
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Druggist.
L EG AL ■ A PVERTrj
ALIAS SUMMON*
In the District Court of
Judicial District of Idaho
the county of Lemhi, Alb
son. Plaintiff, vs. P. \v
fendant.
The state of. Idaho sen
to the Above Named
You Are Hereby NotM
complaint has been filed
in the District Court of ti
diclal District of Idaho, in
county of Lemhi, by the i
ed plaintiff and you are'
reeled to appear and
said complaint (a copy „
hereto attached) within ti
of the service of this g
served within said Judicii
and within forty days if
where.
The said action Is bre
cover judgment against >
sum of *311.00 together ,
est thereon at the rate of I
per annum until paid, ft
1916, and for costs of
proper relief; the same
balance of account due f
the plaintiff, and for mo,
and advanced as set forth
in said complaint, to
is here made.
And You Are Fur
That unless you so ap
wer said complaint wfî
herein specified the in
take judgment against you !
in said complaint.
WITNESS my hand _
said District Court this
day of November. 1918
(Seal)
J. L. KIRTLEY, Jrd
By W. W. SIMMONDf
QUARLES & CHERRY^
for Plaintiff. Residence^''
Lemhi county, Idaho.
November 29—January 10,
NOTICE FOR PUBLII
Notice of Proof of App__,
Water to Beneficial Use.' 9
Notice is hereby given thetat
m. on the 23rd day of Ja
at Leadore, county of ]
of Idaho, before W. H. _
tary public, proof will be,
of the application to benefi
6.4 cubic feet per second (.
ters of Eight Mile creek j
dance with the terms and
of Permit J4o- 5531, her
ed by the State Eng
state of Idaho.
1. The name and
dress of the person or
holding said permit ig
Wilde, Leadore, Idaho.
2. The use to which, j
has been applied is
domestic use.
3. The amount applied
al use is 6.4 second feet
4. The place where sa.^
used is SW14; Sec- ~
NE % and SE^, Sec. 27. f.
R. 25 E„ B. M.
5. The date of the pr
said user is prepared to
January 23, 1910.
FRED A. WILKIE, State !
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S
OF RAEL ESTATE AT PRl(
SALE.
Notice is hereby giv&n, that]
nuance of an order of the
Court of Lemhi county, made
6th day of April, 1918, in the
of the estate of Alexander
deceased, the undersigned
of the last will and estate
deceased will sell at priv|
parcels, to the highest
cash, subject to confirmât!« J
Court, on or after January
at ten o'clock A. M. of thst|
the right title, interest
of said deceased, in and to i
ided one half part of the
Planing Mill" lot in the
mon, -described with
tainty as follows:
From the intersection of i
line of Main street in
Salmon with the section 111
sections 5 and 6 in towns
R. 22 east of the Boise
S. 61 ° 14' 40" E. 619 feet,J
corner of the "Macnab"
on the same course 171
Daisy street; thence S.
W. 298.95 feet; thence N. !
W. 175.76 feet; thence N. '
E. 298.98 feet to the pli
ning. Being lot 17 in bio
commonly accepted plat ;
City Townsite;
Also, an undivided
part of the parcel of la
j the "Billy" Bryan huAJ
I with common certainty
Beginning at the NE
Cemetery lot, in sect'
township, run N. 73° 45'j
feet; S. 285.12 feet S.
feet N. 374.22 feet. N.
1064 feet. N. 35° 30' E.
S. 5S D 30' E. 247.5 feet.
100.56 feet. S. 3S J 45' E.J
S. 11° E. 78.54 feet. S.
2640 feet S. 1204.5feet
of beginning.
Also one-seventh inter
ter right and ditch
said land, same being
the so-called "town dite
flowing therein from
TERMS AND CONI
SALE:—Cash in lawful/
U. S.; ten per cent of
money to be paid at the I
.balance on confirmât ioBj
(All bids or offers
! ing and may be left
I John H. Padgham.
office in Salmon. Id*
j filed in the office of th*J
j Court before date of
! * The above describ
.be sold as separate
must be made and
and considered accor
i Dated December
JOHN BAI
December 27—January ^

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