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EXTRA LARGE AS TO SIZt « QIMUITV AS TO SUC * QUAAITT AS TO S./C # QUALITY e»T»A to AwesAoe eXTOATO AVEi-AGe EXTRA TO AVTRAOe EXTRA TO AVERAGE 1.50to .75 l.OOto .50 HEAVY FURRED,CASED OPEN AND HEADLESS 3.00to 2.00 2-OOto 1.50 I2.Q0to 6.00 9.00to 5.00 12.00tol0.00 9.00to 7.00 28.00to23.00 22.00tol8.00 16.00 to 14.00 12.00tol0.00 20.00to 18.00 16.00 to 14.00 COYOTE 1.00 to ^ 50 .75 to 55 HEAVY 7-SOto 450 6.00 to 3.00 250to 150 2.00to 1.00 750to 550 5.00to 4.00 15.00tol2.00 12.00tol0.00 lO.OOto 8.50 8.00 to 6.00 20.00to 17.00 16.00to 13.00 LYNX CAT FUBRED ORDINARY SHOT.OAMAÖEO AND KITTS AT HIGHEST MARKETVALUE WINTER 50to .40 55to 55 1.70 to 150 150to 150 150 to 1.10 l.OOto 53 155 to .90 55 to .60 2.10to 1.85 1.80to 1.60 2.75to 250 255to 1.90 FALL CATCH 'EM-SKIN 'EM-SHIP 'EM We Want All the Idaho Furs You Can Ship COYOTE, LYNX CAT, MUSKRAT, and all other Fur-bearers collected in your section in strong demand. A shipment to "SHUBERT" will bring you "more money"—"quicker." GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY. You'll be mighty glad you did. These extremely high price § quoted for immediate shipment. SHIP YOUR PUPS DIRECT TO » SHUBER, , /NC. THE LARGEST HOUSE IN THE WORLD DEALING EXCLUSIVELY //V* - AK IV1 Chicago, U.S.A. 25-77 W.Austin Ave. 23 We'll Buy 'Em Today. The Yankees are sailing, the Irans ports are trailing, over the feathery toam! Our laddies are coming, our laddies are coming back home! They've licked that darned kaiser, they've made him lots wiser, they've driven the brute out of France; we sent them a gunning, they set him to I running, they kicked the blamed cuss ! We knew they would I in Lbe pants! do It, of course we all knew It—we knew they would ranop-e Rhine; 'twas their duty, 'they done It' j to the and the ^war—oh, they've won it and they're coming, they're corning to us o'er the brine! We're eager to meet them, we're hungry to greet them with Rh«'ii*|>n» with music with song; th* y' rx-turuing to honieflres , '■> lircsldes all lonely too We'll set. the flags waving far lie .nis who've been saving the world Hum the lust of the Hun; in «ong and in story we'll boast of their glory—of the wonderful deeds they have done. We'll crown them with stM roses, we'll blow our old noses to bide the emotions that stir us inside; we'll miss some dear Laddies who left Mother's and Daddies and for Free dom In Flanders have died—Our hearts will be swelling, our tears will be telling the thing our lips, ashamed cannot say: "Oh. Laddies don't scold ns, we forgot what you told us—We'll buy them dinged War Stamps today!'' —Earl Wayland Bowman The United War Veterans, a na tional organization, has been formed to include In Its active tnembe-ship all veterans of the Civil War and Spanish War and all soldiers, sailors and marines of the United Slates In tbe World War. You'd hardly know Pete was chewing chew holds its good taste so long. I figure that this class of tobacco costs me nothing extra—maybe Jess than I'd have to spend for ordinary plug." Yet he says he gets more satisfaction out of his small chew of Gravely than he ever got out of a big chew of ordinary to bacco. "Real Gravely has a pure, rich taste," says Pete. "It's sweetened just. enough, and one small It got* further — that's why yu can get the good taste of this class of tobacco soithout extra cost. PEYTON BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug each piece packed in a pouch P 0 CPAVELY TODACCO CO-, DANVILLE VA 9 ASK THE SOLDIERS. I ! to points of embarkation. I dozen picked up at random the follow ing sentiments were taken and "speak for themselves:" That the soldiers, sailors and ma rines are deeply appreciative of the canteen service of the American Red Cross is given ample evidence many times every day. The keynote of their appreciation is perhaps best expressed on the post cards which they send to the "folks back home" when en route From a j great en route." Red Cross are sure treating us "Red Cross are sure making it happy for us." "Support Red Cross In everything." "For God's sake never say 'No' to the Red Cross. They're wonderful." "Ixmg live the Red Cross." "The Red Cross are angels to us the way they treat us." "Canteen service 100 per cent, in Toledo; fifteen carloads of us -well taken care of." "Red Cross serving coffee. Oh, they do so much for us !" "Do all you can for Red Cross—they do so much for us." The American navy will number 1291 vessels by Juiy 1, 1920, includ ing 40 battleships and 329 de«iruyers. FEW ESCAPE. There are few indeed who escape having at least one cold during the winter months, and they are fortuu ate who have but one and get thru with it quickly and without any serious consequences. Take Cham berlain's Cough Remedy aüd observe the directions with each bottle, and you are likely to be one of the fortun ate ones, Tbe worth and merit of ibis remedy has been fully proven, There are many families who have always used it fur years when troubled with a cough or cold, and with the very best results. Dec I j ; ! 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 worlds. 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 Red Cross answers that ques tion with its convalescent homes. It has six of these 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 never-failing supply of con valescents. These homes mean that men who are scarcely hospital subjects, yet who can by no means go back 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 says: "You're all The Youths Companion is worth more to family life today than ever before >v Still $ 2 a Year I V 52 ISSUES L' T I :« t. » THE COMPANION gives the greatest amount of everything worth reading, an abundance of Fiction, df Entertain ment, of Informing Reading, of Fact and Humor, besides the Special Pages for each one of every age. It appeals to the families with highest ideals. Ç5 23 . 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But if it doesn't get it pretty quick the works are going to get gummed again, mother could find out what that dog gone thing Is right away and hand ,lt 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—and there is the very thing you wanted I But you couldn't describe it even then to save your life. It is a bit of coddling, and pretty surroundings, and women's faces, and light laughter and time to play and all that sort of thing. It is forgetting the crash of war and remembering that there are pleasant, soft voices, even such things as gaily-flowered sofa pillows to jam into a corner and make a nice lolling place while you read and smoke and talk. It's slippers in stead of trench boots, or day-dreams in place of the nightmare of killing. You know your » It's 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 and 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 be no lessening of activities by the National Tuberculosis Association through this arrangement, as the Red Cross War Council has appropriated $2,500,000 for anti-tuberculosis work in 1919 in lieu of the money that ordi narily would be raised by a Christmas Seal Campaign. However every per I son Joining the Red Cross during the j Red Cross Christmas Roll Call will be ; awarded ten seals to be used aa here ! tofore. ' | I j I RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEAL »AMERlCAN-RED-CROSSi» I +' Lfc > 2 p a ■< Ü 2 tm *. ♦ i fv 9 Stomach Trouble, •'Before I used Chamberlain's Tab lets I doctored a great deal for stomach trouble and felt nervous anti tired all tbe time. These tablets helped me from the first, and inside of a week's time I had improved in every way," writes Mrs. L. A. Driuk ard. JefTersoo City, Mo. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds« Croufi and Whooping Cough. # Mr». I»lejr'» Uttrr. In a recent letter Mrs D W lÿîay of Litchfield, III., says, "I have.uMfrt Chamberlain's Tablets for ri ; softer« of the stomach and as a laxative« jfcod have found ihi m a quick and sure If you are troubled with , In n relief. digestion or constipation these tablets will do you good. 11 ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, within and for the County of Kootenai. Blanche E. BoreU, Plaintiff, vs. Charles W. Wood; Mina Stafford: E. P. Manor; Joseph Poirier; Levi Each; William Koper Hull; Elizabeth J. Ltnfoot; William J. Linfoot; Samuel H. Starbuck; T. L. Quarles, administrator of the estate of Kuby Sher wood. deceased; the unknown heirs and de visees of the estate of Kuby Sherwood, de ceased; the unknown heirs and devisees of the estate of V. W. Sanders, deceased; Kootenai County, a municipal corporation; and the unknown owners or lots Four and Five 14 and 5) and the E'4 of lot thnsts Block "C" Woods Addition to West-Wood, now Ruthdrum, Kootenai County. State of Idaho. Defendants. -Allas Summons The State of Idaho Sends Greeting To Charles W. Wood;.Mina Stafford;E. P. Manor; Joseph Poirier; Levi Escb; William Roper Hull; Elizabeth J. Linfoot; William J. Lin foot; Samuel H. Starbuck; T. L. Quarles, administrator of the estate of Ruby Sher wood, deceased; the unknown heirs and de visees of the estate of Ruby Sherwood, de ceased; the unknown heirs and devisees of the estate of V. W. Sanders.deceased ; Koote nai County. a municipal corporation; and the unknown owners of lots -Four and Five (4 and 5) and the EVi of lot three Block -'tv' Woods Addition to West-Wood, now Rath drum. Kootenai County, State of Idaho, the above named defendants. You Are Hereby Notified that a veclfl-.i eon.plaint has been filed against you In District Court of the Eighth .ludh-i;>l Di- r of the State of Idaho within and r<n tb County of Kootenai by the above iiamtu Plaintiff. Planche E. Borell, wherein It Is alleged that by reason of certain recorded Instruments on record with the Countv Recorder of Kootenai Coumy. Idaho, and h" reason of the fact that there are unknown heirs and devisees of the estate of V. W. Sanders, deceased, and unknown heirs and devisees of the estate of Kuby Sherwood, de ceased. claiming an estate or interest In said land and premises adverse to said plaintiff and that the said defendants and each .of them claim au estate or ldterest In saUHbnd and premises adverse to plaintiff, that«ttbe claims of the said defendants and each of them Is without any right whatever -und that they have no right, title, claim or Interest In said land and premises; that said action Is brought that the said defendants to this action and each of them bè required to set forth the nature nf his or their claim that all adverse claims of the said defend ants and each of them may be determined by a decree of this court, that by said deotee It be declared and adjudged that said defend ants nor either of them have any estate or interest whatever In or to said land or premises; that the title of plaintiff is good and valid; that the defendants and each of them be forever enjoined and debarred from asserting any claim whatever In or to said land and premises adverse to plaintiff and for such ether relief as to the court shall seem meet and agreeable to equity, as will ' nioro fully appear by reference to said verl | tied complaint on file herein which Is hereby I made a part of this summons. You are hereby notified and directed to appear and answer the said complaint with in twenty days from the service of this summons upon you if served within the said Judicial District and within forty days It served elsewhere, and You are further notified. That unless you j so appear and answer said complaint. I within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. t II Witness tny hand and the Real of .vir\said court this 2lst day of Novem I her, 1918. Emil Elder, Clerk. By U. E. Dauby, Deputy Miles F. Fibers Attorney for Plaintiff, Res. and 1'. O. Address, Kathdrum, Idaho. Ot Nov 23—Dec 27, 1918. Sale Under Foreclosure By Coroner. STATE OF IDAHO, 1rs. County of Kootenai. ( T. L. Quarles. Guardian of the estate of Glenn and Eflle Sherwood, I'laintitV. vs. John W. Peters and Bessie M. Peters, and the Assets Realization Company a corpora tion, defendants. Under and by virtue of a decree of fore closure and order of sale issued out of the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, In and for Kootenai County, in the above entitled action, on the 3d day of July. 3918, wherein the above plaintiff obtained a Judgment against the above named defendants for the sum of Eight Hundred Ninety Four and 00-100 Dollars, lawful money, which said Judgment is duly entered in the Judgment book' of said Court. I urn commanded to sell allr of that certain, lot,piece or parcel of land tji and being situated in Kootenai County, Idaho, and described as follows, to-wit: . : All of the North half of Rlock 8 of Petition 3t> North, of Range 5 West of the Boise Meridian, that lies on the Westerly wide of the Right of Way of the Idaho and Washing ton Northen Railroad. UK Public Notice Is hereby given that oil Dtp Hitti day of December, llilh, at the hour oj$lO o'clock A. M., of that. day. at the front of tho Court house, of Kootenai County, Idaho, at Coeur d'Alene, I will, In obedience to said decree and order of sale, well the above described property, or so much there of as may he necessary to satisfy said Judg ment, together wll h interest and costs, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful mouc.y of the United States. Dated at Coeor d'Alene. Idaho, this Nov ember 18th. 1918. r R. B. MOONEY. Coroner in and for Kootenai County, Idaho. 4t.—Nov. 22 to Dec. IS. Isl8. Notice ot Probate ot Will State of Idaho. County of Kootenai. ■ ( SS * Xn the Probate Court of said County. In the Matter of the Estate of Martin Poleson, of Ruthdrum. Kootenai Co , Idaho. Deceased. Pursuant to an Order of said Court, made on the Firth day of December, 1918. notice Is hereby given that Saturday ihe 21st day of December. 1818. at three o'clock, P. M of said day. at the Court room of said Court, at tbe Courthouse lit the County uf Kootenai, State of Iduho.has been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said Martin Poleson, Deceased, atifl for hearing .'the application of Julia E. Poleson. his wife, for the issuance to her of Letters Testamentary when and where auy net-son Interested may iippear and contest tbe same. Dated the 5th day of December, l^j.18. ' M. G. WHITNEY, Clerk (SEAL) 8t Dec. 6.13. 30.