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LOCAL SPECIAL
SALE—White Leghorn «sggs at

35 0 -pe-i Setting. Mrs. R. W. White.
»TED—Man and -wife for ranch
l k 5' r ' t t' f or , Mrs - C a
fc'ejt, Nortliforti, Idaho.
|tN SEWING by the piece. Am
t on Children's clothes. In
of Mrs. Cecil marlin, on St.
Indes street.
EYED—To Swanson Bros, ranch
pdaker, early in December last, a
HU 2-year old steer, branded C
ptight shoulder, light red spotretl
tV *'
SALE—Shares of the eajpltal
jék of the Pioneer Bank A Trust
h pany. See Harry Kelly. .
WANTED—Up to and rooluri
'March 10, for the tmiVMiiate
ting and delivery of 400,000 feet
; also contnicis to be le, <n two.*"
er canyons. Address or see M. j
Friedorff at Leadore or call at
non Lumber company'« office ,
further particulars. j
oat r_T'wentv head -rf shoats
ÄÄ'Ä? Ä
'rs. Jessie Daniels. Baker P. O.
,S— Bring your combings, cut
and old switches. Switches
all kinds of hair work made
E ^. rt ^nr 811 '^ '
o f nr?™ fnr haT h'w CCiV
P Mr! 7 «
at Mrs Blake s, phone 178
Mrs
Salmon.
1
[SALE—Planing mJB complete i
electric power (modern 20 i
B) together with building and
lots 200x50 feet on St.
Mes street, near the Catholic
ch Will be sola m a bargain. t
lots 200x50 feet
i_j__ a . ____ i.i__n«*u^iL, ;
i aoio \iattripf riffo I
quick sale. MAI RICE BIH ), j
|on. M-i-3t. j
SALE—$1.400 OlflsHirtbile 5-pas- j
er car in good condition; will ,
for 61,200. Fot quick sale sue,
liRICE BIFFO, Salmon. M-7-3t. I
1 j
full line of cord and fab-.
tires, tubes, etc. Tires I tfell !
Ibe repaired at half price. Lee.ihe
ley, Salmon garage. ]
(throw away cfld tir'es when!
[can be half soled for as mudh [
|ge again for one-half coafTi
>e Bradley, Salmon garage.
(LE —Four Salmon residenue |
rties. Inquire at law offices ;
J ARLES & CHERRY,
iccept I.iberty Bonds at pm
ïlmon property. Harry Kelly, i
DNS, GEESE and DUCKS—!
|d at Ilagen's market.
" i
iESS AND PROFESSIONAL
lO SAL IE C. STRING F E L LO W
jtzine Subscription Agency
SALMON, IDAHO
lie subscriptions to every
published. 'Phone or write
est clubbing offer on your
5EALTY CO.
fj.* DEMPSEY, Manager
Salmon, {daYro.
ÏN T. STRATTON
51CIAN AND SURGEON
SALMON, IDAHO __
f A R. PIPPENGER
OSTEOPATH
Masonic Building opposite
Mercantile Co., Phone 63 Illk
f—Brick house opposite the
Joel building. Phone 107 Red.
aurs Other
Ito 12 m. hours by
appointment.
Quarles Ariel C. Cherry
JARLES & CHERRY
iTTORNEYS-AT-IJkW
McNutt Bldg. Pbone 152
SALMON, IDAHO
^ARPENTER
TENDOY, IDAHO
GENRRAL AUCTIONEE«
IlCK SOI,D AT PRIVATE
)R FUDLIC SALE.
KELLY'S
[STATE AND LIVE STOCK
AGENCY
' SALMON, IDAHO _
ÊNNON,
fTTORNEY AT I,AW
Ices 1. O. O. F. Bldg.
Salmon, Idaho
[ A OWENS' TRANSFER
i MOTOR TRUCK
und small parcels delivered
lyvhere. Phone 175.
LOUIS FREY
, PLUMBING AND HEAT
ING
Salmon, idaho
Btimates, which are always
furnished.
ALLEN O. HESS
INSED AUCTIONEER
(Farm and Livestock sales.
Inged at residence In brick
fh of Thus. Andrews. __
BiSCOE.
FARM LOANS
i. Auditing and Collecting.
Salmon, IdaAo
F. HAMMER,
[CI AfJ AND SURGtCON
-le Building, Main Street
hone 51, Office Phone 4.
:
of
st
*
UBBARD.
DENTIST
tUtry in all iU broaches
teil Block. Phoa« 1»
Res. Phone 50
Salmon, Idaho
a
ABASTINE
THE SANITARY WALL COATING
Goes over any surface—Paper, Cloth,
d, Cement. Cheaper, Cleaner, and tetter than Wall Paper. All colors.
E. G. Hettinger
Quality Store.'
The Salmon Druggist.
t + + + + + f
» t he salmoh-armstcad *
* AUTO STAGE •>
I
•$. Three times
* waVT'1 »ring 0 SalnTc^f* every
■■}• Monday, Wednesday and Fri
d a y an( i leaving Armsör-ad ev
*•* ery Tuesday, Thursday an Sat
*•* urdav, arriving at destination ->
*•* early in the afternoon of same *>
days. Carryimg mails and pas- *>
* sengers. Prompt servie. No de- •>
* lavs. No lcmg stops at intermed- >*
* j a te static» > Through fare $C 'V
+ ** + + + +. * 4 .++ + + +*+ * +
= ^ ' ---------------- ■■■ ---------------- I
- 4 - *{• -y- •> -> ■«. -> .j. ^ tj- ^.
+ SALMON LttCALS *
....... .
+ + ♦♦+♦ + + ♦■** * *-fr + * 4.
, • „ „ ^
. "**• Myers eove stock Pian,
18 1,1 salmon, ibis week.
two.*" " 3,lraon >"> «'««K
j Ust your house* and lots as Kelly
has cadis for Salmon property. See
, Keily .
j
^ Higley, Eli basin rancher,
*>'*'» ** **"»«»
lat,8a *>
. New on Cooper is home at Baker
î T Jru l , , eÄSl . M e belong«!
1 be 1 athhnder division.
' Tfce Red Crof,s wiU «»Ye another
° U cloUles * lv <* from March 24th
»» M * rch 29th - We have to Äise
two ton8- For furthf , r taformaUoB
to i
1 call Mrs. J. J. Donnelly.
i
i As showing the progress and pro-j
fif the lambing season on the
■■{ ar,n of w - V. Smith & Son, the first
50 ( ' vves brought 67 woong, all but
t lwo oi theB1 bcln s real live ones.
; ou un us urtiiiurn rw unnnff an hin
I a,
j George E. Shoup, leading live stock
rinan. was among the large number of
j In-coming passengers last Monda).
, He had been at Pusaiiena, California,
where Mrs. Shoup cad the children,
I who are m school, will remain.
j
Mrs. Robert Ih Stoiker and Mrs.
! Joseph Z. Moore will next entertain
Lee.ihe Altar society of the Catholic]
] church ut the Stocker home. The,
regular meetings take place on the
[ first Thursday of each calendar
month. The last mating was held
|
;
i
i
at the hurt's,of Mrs. F. C. Miller, Mrs)
John McArthur being the hostess,
Oscar F. Lund is making a visit
to the home of his mother, Mrs.
James DeAtley, at Gibbons ville, lie
arrived from Anaconda on Monday
from a recent honorable discharge
from army service at Camp Lewie.
As soou as his visit is over he ex
pects to return to Anaconda where
he has employment that pays well.
Mrs. Carrie MeOarroll, who spent
the winter at a business college at
Salt Lake, is making a visit of t wo
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Hilliard
Grieber, at the Cobalt camp, expect-1
ing a Jill le later to be com interest-I
d in the restaurant business agai*
in Salmon. In Ibis connection Mrs.
Carrol 1 , with Mrs. Cummings, made
a mar ;ed success.
n
George Hanson, fermer landlotvi of
the Anderson hotel, now a rancher up
the Lemhi valley, was in Salmon this
week until .this morning, when he re
turned to the ranch. For two weeks
Mr. Hanson hud been visiting Will- ]
tarn Anderson in Salt Lake, who is
making n marked success of his ho
tel and other business enterprises in
the city of the saints.
C. E. Tirons, Salmon contractor and
builder, has received the news of the
death March 6 of ills elder brother,
George F. Brous ot Harrisonvitle,
Me., at the advanced age of 74 years.
TL't deceased v.'as long engaged in
Ihe profession of teaching. In his
family there were nine children
while in that of hits father (here
Yore 15 children, eight sons an 1 sov-1
■n daughters.
Mrs. W. H. Shoup and 1e r son |
Richard arrived home front Califor-!
nia on Monday. The husband and
father, who had been called to Pnca-i
tello on business before the United I
Mates lm.net court as a witness. .
me. them on the train. Richard iSj
him-elf again looking the picture of i
heaRh Since his hospital fUness that ]
called lus parents to ( alifornia two j
months ago He wore the handsome ]
: m, f rl1 /' f ,ho mfantry, having been
in training camp at San Diego. t
WANTED t O BOY
One hundred bead of farm horses, !
mares or geldings and all color;, fori
which 1 will pay fair prices. See mel^
or ce.
GEORGE W
OLIVER, Salmon.
YOUR EYES
ARE TOO PRECIOUS TO 3E CARE
LESS WITH OR TO NEGLECT
HAVE THEM PROPERLY ATTEND
ED BY A SPECIALIST, DR. H H.
SOARBOROCGH, WHO WILL BE
AT THE SHENON HOTEL, SAT
URDAY AND MONDAY. MARCH 22
-24. HIS NEW METHODS HAVE
PROVEN SATISFACTORY FOR
HEADACHES, DIZZINESS,
NERVE DERANGEMENTS.
i
AND
!
. ,
Laundry Is Purchased
H L. Smith ha.« hoeomo the owner
of the Shenon laundry equipment, in
disuse for a number of years but
st ill in good condition. Mr. Smith es
tablished thp Salmon bakery about
* >v,r A»« «rtf. » *
busunes» he recently sold iL Hi«
recently «old iL «
new ent< rpri«e commend« I tsel f to
his energy and first class business
ability. Salmon would «eem to need
a modern laundry'- As soon as auit
able quarters can be t^ecured Mr.
Smith will be prepared to install the
appliances he has secured, with oth
ers tf needed, to fill this long felt
. , . ..
want and necessity for the commun
ity.__in
* -y <• -5- •?• -f + + *•
* SALMON locals ♦
+ + + -ä**ä* + + +
I *\*4rtjghn Clark is spending the week
in Salmon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norton are at
Portland, Oregon. They left their
Salmon home last week.
11 costs you nothing to list yonr
prop *" r,v - See p - J - I^mpsey. Manag
er Lemhi Realty company.
I Mr. and Mrs. W M. Barnett of
Lemhi have a new baby boy bom dn
February
Charles C. Coffman is home again
ftom a long visit in West Virginia.
A. C. Pritchett has returned from
Butt'e where he waa undttr the care i
of an oculist. •
Mrs. StrlngfeUow is spending two
weeks with rriends at Idaho TMlls.
Shte left Sal:non last Thursday.
I located far The next six Weeks in
| Salman whtre he may be found by
persons in need of his sen ices,
1
I

J. G. England and son Roy were ,
down from their Bohannon ranch on •
Wednesday. reporting flue success '
with their lambing season.
The local draft board was called I
together This week to arrange the
record* of ihrir office for tvanamis
i sion to the war department.
Prof. Bugbee, .piano tuner, will be
Mts. Ltifflla Mayes awl George
Brown of Roberts, Montana, were In
Leadore in the settlement of land
îmatters thaï caflefl the county atrur
! ney therr Vao.
i
OfCannc^ & Bellamy Have taken
1 OAer ^ith their gura^t* business the
i Buick agency for Lemhi county, and
j have already received a carload of
: tour of these'handsome sixes,
'\ ,
1,r - Uw ™ r - Stratton has his office
; permanently located in the Masonic
I building in quarters lately occupied
I by Dr. Pippenger, Who "has moved to
' roams over the Hub clothing store.
superintendent JanYes M'. Caples
j ,fle Cobalt-mine was in Salmon for
week end transacting business.
! '' lpr, ' arr three additional cabins
rearing completion at the camp for
ilaboratory anl living quarters.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Thrasher
! are the parents of a fine girl born
i to them March 17. The husband and
father Is a returned soldier front
j France and the mother Is a daugh
ter nt, Hr. and Mrs. E. ,T. Nod (Tings.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Rogers ver,, or
rais in Salmon from Seattle
tfonday. They come to visit the W
jj" Rtigters family, parents of the bus
i band. t 'to latter has lust been t|is
i ' 'barged fron Mare island, whore in
been in training.
... . , ,
,0l) dr | '''b " a,k ] ns ., h, td twenty-six
, a ! ! . ,F s 1 x! l birthday party on
!',/ ^' l i rl ^ k s ,^ aj • affair being
p '. by 1h< ' paTf>n * 8 ] (l afford
much pleasure to flhe hoy s ehuttis
The pretty decorations were intend
ed to honor St. Fat rick.
Attorney John E. Rees is fitting up
offices in fhe Brown building where
he may be found by those who re
] his professional services. All
such may be sure of getting fnllhfu)
and prompt attention to whatever
shall be committed to his care.
F. N. Lyon, repr* -onting Rogers
Bros., famous pea seed growers, is
spending the week in Salmon with r
view to Interesting Lemhi county
farmers ir, this crop, which is pro
noune'd a wonderfully profitable
one.
William S Andrews has sold lot
7 and 8, Block 4. to Emerson C. Fra
zier. The property extends fro.n St
Charioti to Terrace street and tin r>
are three dwelling houses on it. The
| m ' w ' I b w '»' r £ ™tdnR a struct,,.', re
1 CPnt,y b ? UK , h? , by hl ™ frmn Kirt
■' , r IP< K 1° nTlf ' of the httr
on r,rrat ' f '
I Mrs. 1>. E. Hines gave an endow
. ab |e 500 party Satutdav evening, car
ryinR out lhe s , Patrick's day idea
i in the decorations. Mrs. Will,an,
] Ogborn won the first prize, a bo. k
j entitled "I'eg O' Mv Heart." whil.
] „ r . M . Ash lev won'the boobv prize.
a St _ Patrif , k f;r( . pn |ndicioim and
t attractive refreshments were served
a < midnighl.
! %
Jsumv lOMkhill and v.i: hav, Lit
a ^ IUC,n tp'ike their ht ne with
i their dau;:ll9§*. Mrs i.
state of Washington,
among tin* long-time
Lemhi county, th< ir.
'.11 at Tinino
These at,
residents n\
band having!
b< n an,one tin nione« r saw-mil!
men of the lower Salmon river. Sine,
the «death of their daughter here.
Mrs. Agnes Van Stratt. wife of Chris
Van Stratt, the wmerahl- couple
hav* hern broken in health. B i
hoped that the change will wi rk out
better for them. They carry away
with them the bast wish, "of Me
community where all will w sh
ihealth and happine ant! long lit
! as they are hel l in kind n rat
I
1
at
, branch
................. in a pui At'UU It'I >il ;
in J ur > 1o bis f*> es sustain* ; by f]\
Z
K Davis have successfully operated
J. A. Turnbladc, partner with Turn
blade & Davif in the lea«« of the Cli
max mine, wa:- In Salmon thi v. « , i
for the attention of a «urgeon for in :
■d
" ' WM BOOD 0 ^ r, ; (m '" Tu ^ h1 ^
the property with a force'of four to
«ix men. yielding $10 to $15 per
ton in gold as the ore I« run. It i«
their intention to increase forces,
which prftflts amply Ju«tify Tin
I*. completely equipped. Mr.
Turn blade «ay« that while the «now
is much lower than usual on the
mountains the depths on the height*
ar „ onlv half wb> , thpv hav ,, 1)( .,. n
past winters.
is
i
DANGER
DONT
NEGLECT
THAT
COUGH
A small bottle of Rerall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup may save you from a se
vere sick spell and perhaps death. For sale only at THE REXALL STORE
THE REXALL STORE
SALMON,
IDAHO.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
QUALITY PURITY SERVICE
SALMON LOCALS
I R. O. Rawey has become connected
■ wifh the Fowler photographic.studio.
,
• T)r - Manner was called to the lliir
' mon >' m,ne on Wednesday by a case
illness there.
I Mrs F*ank H. Havemann enter
tained last Friday afternoon In ht»n
or of Mrs. Dyke, a sister of Mrs. R.
W. White and the latter's guest from
Twin Falls.
Contractor Boomer reports the re
opening of the Salmon canyon high
way where construction work had
been blocked frrr some time at the
seven-mile grad«.
I W. WHITE
THE
CLOTHIER
ta*-.
J\
■y
Spring Delivery
of the . . . .
Latest Styles Here
for Inspection...
The Kingsbury Hats
In all latest Styles and Shapes
(lueensbury Caps
In Something New and Classy.
Don't forget we repre
sent one of the best tailor
ing houses, Lamm & Co. A
full line of Raincoats.
I Slickers, and all wet weath
er goods.
Be sure to see our work |
(trousers at reduced figure.
1 Best grade of Bib Overalls
at $2.2o. Our full line of
; , • i
v^iC., IS li^î <*.
Somethin? for you to re
member: Oui* gOO(is have
Work Qhirt« T'nrleetv,,' v
: V 01 *t ? ni1 tS ' n(lcl Ueal •
nii'ilitv nnd thig^is the nrte
•- !~ na
ilCUSO whpFC gfKKLS
iinsatisf TPtoi*V
* *"
proven
your money
is cheerfully refunded. Do
not forget the number.
Beautiful array of Ties,
The Green Hood Shirts, Your
Fit Underwear, Kirschbaum
Overcoats, Sheep Lined Vests,
Mackinaws, Canvas Coats, the
Stagg Shirts, going at reduced
figure. And Spring Good ; are
here.
THE HUB
R.W. WHITE, Proprietor
fr( j'" ° a "
❖ <••> + * + + + ❖♦♦*♦♦♦ + +
+ SALMON LOCALS *
+ * + + + + * + * * * * + * * *
Mrs. A
iiAaiib « it ark nf n ntian-'Ueil i s
. C. Cherry is recovering
■riou* anack of appendicitis
Form giasl habits with coffee cakes
and rolls for Sunday breakfast. The t
Saltpan Qatar y .
Citarlm uni Guy Goff, Leesburg
mining men, were over on Wednes
duy transacting business matters in
SahnoD
Assist. Forest Supervisor Mangum
was engag, J last week marking
her for Nlprrit t's sawmill at Forney,
with large contract* in hand for the
Cubait mine. The timber Is to be
cut on Cabin creek, wit It MeEnorny
<V Hooker doing the logging.
Bad Taste In Your Moutl.
When you liuve a bad taste in your
mouth you may know that your dl
gtestlon is faully. A dose of Chamber
lain*« Tablets wil usually correct Hie
disortler. They also enuste a gentle
movement of ihe bowels. You will
fluid this to be one of the best medt
eines yon have ever become acquaint -1
ed with. For sale by E. G. Hettinger.
Salmon Druggist. Adv.
For a Bad Cold. i
Take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. It has stood the test of tinte
and ran be depended upon. For sale f
by K. O. Hetlinger. Salon Druggist,
At The
Variety Store
'< . ;nnmiT
l>c
■ ecial
22
then' will
S A L E S
Each Day.
Watch for the
WINDOW DISPLAYS
Real Semce for Livestock Shippers
Few shippers realize the advantage of market
ing their stock through a reliable commission
firm, thoroughly familiar with all the market
conditions from day to day, whose keen s 'Hing ex
perience enables it to command the highest prices
for its offerings.
Our
passes
ing our patrons
<or,I ,,f having served more shippers In fhc year Jtmi
,an ail of our competitors Indicates how well we ur" ferv
kly Market Letter.
Send for our W<
P. W. MURPHY »MISSION to.
Spokane / n ion Stork
srok: /. \ //
1 m as
wish is <;rn\
GARAGE
Agency and service station for Dodge Bros, and
Oievrolct Oars.
B tt"ry Charging and Repair Station.
Tires and Automobile Accessor ies
Yulcu lizing Shop in conjunction.
Dive Storage ;tt .$10 j er month; Dead Storage at
SO per month.
. BRADLEY G WATKINS
Hagen's Cash Market
Salmon, Idaho
TVRKEYS. GEESE. DICKS AND CHICKENS
BEEF, PORK. MVTTON AND VEAL.
Our stock includes every table requisite be
sides, including fruits ant) 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 Market
SALMON LOCALS
Apple turnovers Saturday aft
noonM « t'»e Salmon Bakery.
Friday
will carry the
Bally fen'urt
see it.
wonderful Ilarnum
Better arrange
. l '** nr k'' '' Oliver and George J
honl * ,rotn N ' w York 1
t Mrs. C W. Cockrell -•'ntinues
be critically ill at her home east
' lf <l,y '
"The Lute of the Circua" is the I
est film production in serial to
to Salmon. It is scheduled for Ap
* at the tirand. This is the most
tim-offering ever shown here a
___
n-.ir _ «
-1 Kc ort Fr 9 m D - C. School,
MtH 'Hace Lee, teacher of D
school, No. 34, reports the follow!
i !' 1 u,lllH neither tardy nor absent fo
u "' ,m,mh of February, namely
l '<ng. <>cttr Swanson. Berna
f anson, Yii.la Ling and France
Babin.
There u til be another ol i cloth
drive from March 24th to 29th.
hunt up whatever you can, wash
or have tt clean and bring to
Shenon corner any time nex: wee
We have two tons as our allotme
These garments will be for ail
devastated countries except the C
tral powers, ,

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