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Brains of Lower Animals.
All animals have some form of brain and nervous system, which in the hor«e and other bisher animals approximates the human brain. As compared with the human brain. 1 those of animals are deficient in , reasoning power hut In other ways their Intelligence Is very marked. ' _ _ 1 SALMON FLOUR MILLS Made in a home mill from choice home-grown hard wheat PATENT SALMON aOUK MUS SAUMON. IDAHO « U.«l»toU , , For sale by ALL GROCERIES Topnoch Graham Topnoch Farina Topnoch Wholewheat MILL KKKI), WHEAT and OATH New Potato Sacks and Twine FISK TIRES Cords Fabrics R eduction in Fisk prices does not mean a lowered quality. Every Fisk Tire, large or small, is a standard Fisk Tire. Present low prie ss are on tires which have made the name Fisk famous for quality and mileage. There is no better tire value in the world than a Fisk Tire at the present price. Sold only by Dealers ---------------------------------- Condensed Statement of CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Salmon, Idaho, April 28th, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts................................... $483,592.70 United States Bonds 100.250.00 Municipal bonds, war'ts and securities 60,206.27 Banking house and fixtures...................... 28,960.00 Cash and exchange ........................................... 31,969.93 Total Resources $704,978.90 LIABILITIES Capital and Surplus................................ $130,000.00 Circulation .........*........................................................ Due to Banks...................................................... ... 98,900.00 31.66 Rediscounts ........................................................ 258,920.21 Deposits .......................................................... . 217,126.03 Total Liabilities ............................. $704,978.90 » OLD RELIABLE PALACE RESTAURANT AGAIN UNDER MANAGEMENT OF L. LOUIS, SAME AS OF OLI) With Good Cooking and Service Main Street, near Cit. Nat. Bank. Diplomatic Youngster. Harold was often allowed to visit hls grandmother. but was always told tl,e hour he shou,d return home. On arrlv ' n K !lt h!s grandmother's one mornin S he W!IR asked how long he rouM stny ' " WeM - grandmother. I f,on '* remember whether mother said ,,>n o'riock or three o'clock, but III r>> home after dinner and ask her." On one he I III LEADORE * Bernard Allhands spent two days in town this week. Thomas Benedict and wife spent Tuesday at the Benedict ranch. W. N. Bichler and friends were in town for a few hours Wednesday. Walter Walters of Gilmore spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. William ____, u ____ ,, , . r. and Mrs. Harry Salene, who : Th i- Wee S aR °' arC eX ~ I^ctcd home Friday. , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steele are the proud parents of a lovely baby bov, born Tuesday, the 27th. ' ; 1 1 J. H. Stallings was in town Monday 1 from Nicholia buying lumber to be u*ed in building for the mine. Mi- Clara Vezina is attending high chool tm year and is making her ! home with Mrs. George Harris j Mrs. I.oy H. I.ee left Wednesday I morning to be gone for a few days. Mr. Lee drove her to Armstead. Seven car loads of sheep were ship ped from (.«-adore last week, Brown & Sïewart ending *ix ami Mr. Barce one. The th renin g outfit was at the Me Far land plate lad week and will go to the I'ete V reeland place from lhe,t Mr and Mr Alex Waugh enter tamed Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waugh and ( laude Wilson at dinner Sunday ,-vemntf Thursday morning Leadoie woke to find everything covere«! with a heavy . frost anti short icicle* hanging from the roof». Mr. ami Mrs, J. p. McGivnev and son l-awrem-e are in from th* ranch an«l have taken apartments with Mrs. J. H. Lifie. j V. Ö. MrFall «nd A. M. Baukol re turned Wednesday from Pocatello and Salt Lake where they went in the interest of the Kimmefl. Thom«» Denny and C. K. Shuey went to the Bohannon ranch at North fork Saturday, returning Tu, ««lay with (a truck load of vegetable» for win I ter u*e. Mr. and Mr*. Howard Robinson and [children and Mr*. Grace Scfiuuffel l»erger «>f Gilmore were dinner guests of the George Harris family Thursday ! evening. Dr. T. P. Came* of Salmon expect* to Ire at the Harris hotel October There are so many people who wish dental work «lone this will be thei opportunity . . . ... .. . . .. Lee and Vlrgii Stewart moved the Hau ho I notii* in from the ranch l»*t week and it I» now ready for «ecu *'•***>:• TPitis eottaK«* will be quite an a«lditi.m to Leader»- ami one of the , prettiest. i Mr*. William Howard was a pa < enger on Friday'» train to Myers Lane where she vi*ited her nioth*r v Mr*. Con Daily. Mr». Howard re turned Monday accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Charles Denny entertained the j Woman's club Thursday of last week. In the card game prizes were award «*«1 Mrs. Bernard W'uugh and Mrs. Pari* O'Neill. The next meeting will l>e with Mr*. Morris Cottom. (Too late for Sept. 23rd is ue. » Mr*. Edward Butt* and children ; i j ! | j 1 I came over from Armstead on Friday's train ami in the afternoon packed ami shipped their household good* to Armstead. Their house i* rented to on» ol our prominent young hache lors and it is rumored that he will fix the place up for a bride. While here Mr*. Butt* wa* a guest of Mr*. J. H. I.ipe. Mrs. Ralph Burr wil Iteuch at the Plum »listriet this school year. Robert Tweedy came »town from Gilmoic Monday anti will attend high school the coming winter. Mr*. Rock Vezina was in town Sun day, later going to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Coleman. The A. M. Baukol family are »* cupymg the McFall home while their house is being moved from the ranch. Bishop Peterson left Saturday for Salt Lake to receive mcdicnl atten tion. Th Bi*hop has !>»>en ill for the past four month* and his family hope the change will benefit him. Hi» >daughtfr-in-inw. Mrs. Arthur Peter -on. and three small daughters accom panied him to Salt Lake, later going to her home in Spring City. Utah, to spent! tw»> month* with relatives. In u letter to friends Mrs. F. O. McFall states that young Denn!» is attending All Hollows school for boy» an»l Susie t* attending the public schtmls. The McFall* will probahl) return to Leatlore about the first of the year. C. R. Shuc> and I . K. Kellner made a business trip to Gilmore Wednes day . Mi** Yciia Stout of Gilmore -pent the past week with her aunt. Mr*. W iliam Rusk. Mr. .iii.l Mi*. Keine- and small - n returned Satunias from a visit with relatives in Dillon. Phil Hays is with the Helmr Chris tenson family to attend school. Philip Cottom, who gradunted from high chool last year, will spend the coming winter at the >anch but plans , to enter a technical school next s ear. Mrs. Bernant Allhand* plans to pend the winter in Gilmore to be nem I a -chool. Mr. Alihan«!- will remain v. 'the ranch. Mr. Stalling*, who i* opening up the old Worthing propert} at Nu-hv a, was in town the last of the week en i route for Butte. j Thomas Benedict of Gilmore \ i*dc»i j home folks Friday, j Mrs. Sarah llnutx has a house full of school chihlren from out of town for the winter. * ❖ NORTH FORK * ❖ •> ❖ •> •> * Kr v Mr. and Mrs. Hal Halstead ate re joicing over the arrival of a II 'g ! P ou nd hoy in their home since Sep jtember 22. I Brownie Pemble moved his family ! to Gibbonsville last week where the j children will attend school. 1 Ora Cockrell has returned to his range after shipping his lambs. Mrs. Roscoe Green of Salmon is 1 nursing in the Halstead home. i Will Buster, who has been in Cal jf orn j a f or the year, arrived h«« Monday and is Visiting at the , Charles Hull home. L M f* and Mrs. Niemann visited Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. J. ; H - R°ske, and family. 1 Mrs. Fred Carl and children of Winnemucca, Nev., are visiting at the Park Summerland home. Miss Frances Dean left last week for her school work in Hayden basin. Her father took her to Salmon, ! Frank Clark, who has been work j ing at the forest station, returned to Salmon last week. Cattle buyers were here last week from the Big Hole looking for cheap eattle. Jay Taylor found his best horse in the field Sunday morning with a -hooting of the animal, broken leg which necessitated the Hal Halstead is building an atldi tion to his bouse. --- •♦♦♦♦♦♦••<*♦♦♦ * BOYLE CREEK * ♦ + + + + + + ,, . ."f] ^. rom * armen creek *» v »**it>aK on Boyle creek. Mrs. Ira Gable was a visitor over the week-end at 'he ranch, . 8. E. Bowler is filling his silo this week. Sutter Si Thomas are delivering wood in town. The Crook thre.hing machine was down the river Tuesday. John Abby and Vem McDonald are j helping John Jewett thresh on Cai men creek. . hurrying u * » hit. Joe Abby and Jay Thomas will leave this week for a hunting trip down the river. Everyone on the creek picking ap ple.. und getting in truck for the win ter. Looks like the weather man was 4- + + * + * + <t> + * + + + + + + + BOYLE ( REEK * ♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦ -j. + + + * * (Too late for Sept. 23 rd issue.» Virginia Sutter joineil a sister at Hlackfoot and together they have I g«me to Texas t«« spend the winter. Donuld Martin is on the sick list an«l Joe Abby is taking his place with John Jewett's machine Mrs. Baer spent Sunday afternoon at the William Sutter home. Mr. Cassell of Fourth of July creek t Sun<lu) . ni ht ttt the Lee A iken a.lmon visitors Friday were Mr. (;*blc. John Webb Mr . Thomas, Floyd Coopert Mrs> Bowler and nephew, George ^ <>ung. Mr. Webb is putting up hay for Donald Martin und Mr. Cooper is helping Mr. Guide. M. a:-..I Mr-. Larsen are helping Sutter and Thomas put up their fine ci op of Wealthy apples. Chronic Cataarh. Our manner of living makes us very susceptible to colds and a succession of colds cause.* chronic cutarrh, u loathsome disease with which it is es timated that ninety-five per cent of our adult population are ufllietrd. If you wc»ul«l avait! chronic cataarh you j must avoid colds or having contracted SCHOOL SHOES Our specials $ 2 . 85 , $ 3.85 and $ 4.45 which are recom mended for growing boys, who require strength and durability in their footwear. MACK'S name stands lye hind these shoes. I MACK'S BOOT SHOP --------NEW LOCATION OF - -MRS. JONES'- -SECOND HAND BUSINESS- Where Better Facilities En able Her To Serve Her Cus tomers. When in need of household goods and furniture of any kind call at new »tore for -econd hand article*, corner Main and Lena streets. Low price* for many articles as good as new. such a> stove*, tables, chair?, rugs, beds, bedding, tools, etc. u cold get rid of it a.* quickly a.* pos- j sible. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1 I» highly recommended a« a cure for coble anti can lie depended upon. Fot sale by E. G. Hetttnger, Salmon Drug gist. Advertisement, ———————— _______ Si'mon W. H. LEE Veterinary Surgeon Idaho V. J. DEMPSEY INSURANCE, SURETY BONUS. REAL ESTATE. Salmon, Idaho LOUIS FREY General Plumbing and Heating Get My Estimates. Whtch Are Always Furnished Salmon Idaho keep vour bowels regular. One or t wo Chamberlain's Tablets taken immedi-, ately after supper will cause a gentle movement of the bowels on the follow ing morning. Try it. For sale by E. G. Hettinger, Sulmon Druggist. Special Notice. Having closed out our business all persons knowing themselves indebted to Thompson & Gray will please call and settle their accounts by Septem ber 5 w'hen accounts not paid will be placed for collection. Signed THOMPSON & GRAY, Baker, Idaho. Lest You Forget. Let us remind you that Chamber lain's Tablets not only cause the gen tle movement of the bowels but im prove the appetite and strengthen the digestion. ! Denmark Leads in Pigs. Ireland, supposed to be the great country for pigs. has. in fact, only one pig for every three persons, while Den- \ mark has one pig for each two hu man beings DRESSERS, Rugs, Ranges, etc., at. low prices, by Mrs. 0. C. JONES. Condensed Statement Pioneer Bank & TrustCo SALMON. IDAHO, at the close of business Janaury 29, 1920. RESOURCES LIABILITIES Cash and Exchange ............$ 90,191.82 ! Capltal stock ........ Loan and discounts ............. 353,764.28 Surplus Bonds and warrants ......... 36.926.45 Deposits ............... " Bills payable ......— .....$ 35,000.00 .... 30,000.00 312,721.67 100 , 000.00 ♦480,882.55 ; undivided profits —........... 3A60.8S «■HMtMM»millHM.ItlllUli|imUIIIMIMUiMimillHIINimilllllMI!'lltlllllM«ll(llllimilHIMIUMHIIIim.Ullllllllimil||||IIIIIIIUttimilllllll BUYING THE BEST WE SELL AT A CLOSE MARGIN OF PROFIT $480, iinmniiiiiii 882.55 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIM« LEHR & ZIMMERMAN CASH GROCERY Salmon, Idaho Classified Ad Section RATES—Five lines one time, 50c.; each subsequent insertion, 25c. LOCAL SPECIAL BUSINESS PLYMOUTH ROCKS—To make room in winter quarters for my chickens I will -ell twenty cockrells at $2.50 each if taken at once. WILLIAM MANUEL, Salmon. TO SELL OR LEASE—Leesburg ho tel and residence. Apply to Mrs. Alice Mahoney, Salmon. FOR SALE No 10 Remington 'type writer. Inquire at The Recorder office. HOME LAUNDRY—Good work by woman who will call and deliver and -he guarantee* prompt service. Inquire of Joe Cockrell Transfer of fice or phone there. FOR TRADE—Chickens and country produce taken in exchange for photographic work at Fowler's gal lery. LOST- between 2akor and Salmon 2 s'n^ll inner tula--. Please leave at The Recorder of fire. FOR SALE- Goo«i heavy oat $25 pt' r ' ton at ranch. Harry I» Summers. TO TRADE Six cylinder, 5-passen ger Buiek to trade for hay or stock. What have you? Inquire postof ftee box 20, Tendoy, Idaho. PASTURE FOR HORSES AND CAT TLE at ranch adjoining Salmon. G. W. Oliver. TO SELL OR LEASE— Leeshurg ho tel and resilience. Apply to Mrs. Al ice Mahoney, Salmon. FOR SALE—Yearling Barred Cock rell* at sacrifice price; standard pure bred, winners <»f the east. See C. K. Brou*. Salmon. FOR SALE—Improved Turkey Red *eed wheat. Harry L. Summers. Rate* to regular roomer» and boanl ers at the Shenon Grill. FALL AND WINTER PASTURE and hay fed when necessary to cat tle or horse*. For prices write to Bernard Allhands, Leatlore, Idaho, TO TRADE—Six-cylinder 5 passenger Buick to tra»ie for hay or stock. What have \ou? Inquire pos toff ice Box 20, Tendoy, Idaho. FOR RENT—Furnished room, with bath ami furnace heat. Apply at Red Cross pharmacy. FOR SALK- The owner has left at The Reeonkpr «»ffice for sale two Rem ngton -!i«te action rifle*, 30 und 25. Both in new condition, to be soU: at bargains. Call to *ee them. They ate .-mall gun* of high power get tired carrying. FOR ROOMS Imjuire at Mr*. Daniel ' •''*»•:* ing hou-c on iicna street, op posite Presbyterian church. The room* are targe and comfortable, go**; clean be»i> and hath. CO« AL AGENT—I adv or gentleman, 'or the J. R. Watkins products. »i.**i p;»y, rg wage*. Anplv to WILLARD l. WATKINS, Car men, Idaho. the Victim .d a cowardly »«- 'u <Wl one. you will e\po»v a I reach* run* friend. To kill Hum. honor and glory. To cook them, you will injure a friend unintentionally. WANTED—Not more than HI regu lar boarders. Shenon Grill. For rates see management. WOOD SAWING—A. C. Bowen & Son will do your wood sawing promptly Phone 62 black. 9-24 ?r "Cold in the Head" Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to frequent "colds In the head" will find that the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render them less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh mav lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thus reducing the inflamma tion and restoring normal conditions. All druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL HARMONY MINES LABORATOR IES, Baker, Idaho GENERAL ASSAYING and ORE AN A \ SIS. Ore testing for correct Metallugical Processes. Laborator ies equipped for testing by Concen tration cyanidation, amalgamation, and flotation. Tests furnished on samples from 5It> to 5 tons. Kates and terms on application. BURLEIGH & GLENNON Henri J. Burleigh L. E. Glennon Attorneys and Counselors at Law Pioneer Bldg. Salmon. Idaho JOHN H. PADGHAM Attorney at Law Office» McNutt Bldg. Phone 74 Salmon, Idaho DR. E. L. HUBBARD, Dentist ' ~ Modern Dentistry in All Its Branches Office Steele Bldg., Main St. Res. Phone 50 _ Salmon, Idaho Ralph P. Quarles, Ralph P. Quarles, Jr. QUARLES LAW OFFICE McNutt building, SALMON, IDAHO. DR. OWEN T. STRATTON Physician and Surgeon Salmon, Idaho CHARLES F. HANMER Physician and Surgeon Office Steele Bldg., Main St. Off.ce Phone 4 Residence 51 MARRY WHITE'S AUTO LIVERY SERVICE Day or Night Stand at Smokehouse Phone 65 NIEMAN & ING LIS Brown Bldg., Salmon, Idaho MINING and METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS Mining. Metallurgical, Valuation and Efficiency Examination*. Special ref erence to Lemhi county ore deposit* ____and conditions. Wm. Kadletx j. Drnjevich Pioneer Shoeing & Blacksmithing Company The old reliable firm, always giving punctual **nt! painstaking servict?. Iron Work done or car* and Truck*. PALM WANTED—\\ anted to~ hear rer- owner o. a farm or«*»»!» i**,; • P n <»' reu'onabie. LESLIE JONES, Olney. HI.