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.CITY MEAT
MARKET
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Kim meats
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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
In Season
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MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND
CAREFULLY FILLED
Highest market price paid for hides c
Bakery Goods Fish and oysters
Fresh Fruits
and sheep pelts
D GARLAND, ChaKis, Idaho
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ITEMS ABOUT
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WJOPLE YOU KNOW
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Soldiers' Welcome— Ti
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diers WeJcome entertainment at
the Dodge Hall 'ast I-ridgy night
t££!,V"w"' b / Ï ?T*f**|
The hall was tastefully decora
ted for the occasion and a circle
of chairs was reserved for the re
tamed soldiers just in front of
the stage. Every number on the
program was appropriate to the
occasion and received much ap
plause. The Boy Scout Band
rendered some v < ry pleasing .se
lections. The management of
the ball is to he congratulated
upon the cnteri i iso shown.
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Respond Nobly—At the enter
tainment at Dodge Hall last Fri
day night a subscription list was
circulated for the Boy Scout
Band to which the public gener
ously subscribed, $47.DO being
pledged in a very short time
This money will ba used to buy
udiforms aud band equipment.
It is hoped to raise about *100
which amount will soon be reach
ed. The result oi the movement
should convince the boys that
their efforts are greatly appreci
ated by the public.
Like a Lamb —Well, the month
came in like a lamb and accord
ing to old sayings it will go out
like a tion. The first day of the
month was balmy and started
the snow on a "fadeaway" move
ment> wh'le the second day lias- J
teaed the operation by quite hea-;
9J uhowers of rain. The old
winte** has slipped along quite
rapidly and it will not be long
before the farmers are in the
fields with their plows.
Telephone Meeting—The annu
al meeting of the stockholders of
the Challis - Pahsamaroi Tele
phone Association was held n
this city last Monday afternoon
at which time the usual routine
of business was transacted- D.
B. Drake and Emil Kleupfer
ware elected to the board of dir
ectors. The meeting adjourned
to the Uth.
A Gem —In anot :or c du nn of
this issu« we are publishing oue
oî the brightest poetic gems of
the war, entitled ''At the Peace
Table". It conveys an entirely
û8w lise of thought on the grim
Bubject of the war and the peace
conference and is worthy of a
Pl«e« of honor in the war archives
«fth« country.
Another Dance—The Rebekah
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a St. Patrick's dance to be held
in th« Odd Fellows' Hall on Fri-.
d«y evening, March 14th.
POr will be served and
good tim« is anticipated.
Sup
jolly
Store Burglarized—Tha F. Nick
*raoa & Company store was bur
tl*ris«d one night last week.
only thing missing, howev
* r > **■ • watch from a punch
War*.
stream last
i Water Master Elections— At a
| meeting of the water users oî
| Challis creek hold in this citv
h *» afternoon, H. M.
, Welch wa s elected water master
of that stream for the ensuing !
term. The Garden creek
; users elected George Bilger wa
ter master of that
Monday,
!
Murray — Miss Elizabeth
h of near Clayton, i^iceived
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Leigi
word the latter part of last week
of the serious illness of her fa
ther, Sam Leigh at Murray, U
tah. She left the fore part of
the week to be at his bedside
Mr. Leigh's many friends here
hope for his early recovery.
Bad Roads—The stormy wea
ther of the past week has made
the roads of Central Idaho al
most impassably The road be
tween here uni Pahsamaroi is
drifted full of snow in many pla
ces and the stage has difficulty
in negotiating the trip.
PURELY PERSONAL
Subscribe
Lee **'at-ion is now the
eye on the Mackay stage
Dudley Cameron has been on
eagle
!<-k e s i c k list for the past week.
Joe Clark made a bnsiness trip
to Chilly the fore part of j ast
ranch near Clayton the latter
Part of last weak,
Arthur Me Gown has been in
Pocatello on business for the
past week or ten days
week.
John Rose was over from Pah
samaroi Tuesday on a mission of
business.
Mrs. F, L. Hudlow returned
last week from a visit with the
Wests at Dickey.
Wm McClure was down Ofrom
Butch Germer was down from
his ranch near Bay horse last Fri
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day night to attend the enter
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taihinenr
Quite a few people from East
Fork were Challis guests last
Friday night, having come,down
to attend the program
The Ladies Missionary Socie
Lv wiil serve dinner at the chuich
0,1 Friday, March 14th- Adults
' |(lc P er pLite, children under 1-,
2Dc per plate- All are invited
We ask that all those knowing
themselves to be indebted to
The Messenger for subscription,
It
themselves to be indebted to
forsubscription
lvindly call in and set e.
takes money to make the wheels
; go and they get pretty fractious
when financial lubricant is not
applied at the minute needed.
For Sale;—80 acre farm two
mile» from Challis. half under
cuitivation, good water light, dU
fenced, four room house, all nec
essary outbuildings- For sale
cheap. For full particulars see
or write J. 0. Taylor, Challis, I*
daho. 3t »dv
Grand Court Ball, Dodge Hall.
April llib. g
Liberty cabbage at the City : £
Meat Market.
Mrs. Rodger Brasseur has j g
been quite ill for the past week *
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Va ffi -. 6
!^u. i-erry was over from May n
the fore part of the week on | n
business. j £
A. C. Grace purchased a team
from Bave Tewalt the fore part
the week.
Tom McKinney left for his
home on Morgan creek the latter
part of last week.
A- C. Grace was in town from
East Pork several days the past
week on business.
M allace Ivie came up from bis
home near Chilly last Wednes
day to be in attendance at the
welcome program.
A relative of Jess Shorett
passed through town the latter
part of last week on- his way to
Pahsamaroi on a visit
Nineteen soldiers participated
in the program of welcome giv- !
en in their honor at the Dodge 1
Hall last Friday night,
! M ^ Up e T m i<i
Mackay the latter part of laït I (
W, L. Nickson came up from
week with a load of freight for
different concerns here
Mrs. Jack Stevens and Mrs.
Banta came over from Pahsam
aroi Tuesday for a visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs- Jas.
Mavity.
The two Lehman boys of upper
Lost river valley, came up the
latter part of last week for a vis
it with relatives here and to at
tend the program of welcome.
On Friday, February 28th.,
there came to gladden the hearts
and bless the home of Mr. and
Mrs, Al. West, at Dicicey, a fine
baby girl. All are reported as
doing nicely.
Bobby Campbell, who was but
recently mustered ont of the ser
vice, came down from his home
near Clayton the latter part of
last week to participate in the ,
' doings" Ftiday and visit with
friends here for a time.
Notice— All those knowing j
themselves to be indebted to me
must call and settle on or before |
March ID. After that date all:
accounts will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collec
tion.— M. C- Lambeth.
We Print Butter Wrappers
NOTICE—SPECIAL
In the Probate Court of the County
of Custer, State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate of E. A.
Dougherty. Deceased. ,
Notice is hereby given that E. J.
Michael, having filed in this Court pe
•itiou for an Order of Sale of the Real
Estate of the estate of E. A. Dougm-r
ty, deceased, the heariig >a* bee i fix
ed by said Court for Mi inlay, the 24th
day of March, ml», at two o'clock p.
111 . of said day, at the Court room thera
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i of, in tue u Coon y a id sia e, and
| all persons interested in said Estate
j ,re nj>tlfled 11 e 1 iind thereto pp>ar
and show '.'iiu-e if any hu • i e, why
the sasd order sho ild u n be made,
limed February 26th, 1'JlU.
f26 ini'* JNO. JC/B, Clerk
NOTICE F011 RE-PUBLICATION
Serial No. 026656
Department of the Interior, U. S. |
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, l'ebrua- ,
ry 10, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that John Q.
Adams, Sr., Heir, for and on behalf of
the Heirs of John Q. Adams, deceas
j ert Land Entry, Serial No. 020050 , for.
SE , 4 NVV q- : nîj s\vq; sE.h swg, i
j Section 33, Township 14 North, Range
! 19 East, Boise Meridian, lias filed no
tice of intention to make Pinal Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Joseph H. Horton,
United States Commissioner, at Chal
i mo. } !
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harry Waters, Thomas Horton,
Frank Nickorson, Everetb Baxter, ail j
of Challis, Idaho. *EN R. GRAY,
f 19 m!9 Rtgister
THE PASTIME
* M. F. BLACK, _Proprietor
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tobacco.
Pool and card games
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raise a small, poorly
grided cropar alita i, f.
high grade one.
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ity of ycur crop de
pend largely upon the
drill you ute. &.-r^j '
There are score" of
drills that scatter the
seed at various depths tSrfrStS
—much of it stays on
the surface to be cater,
by birds or .withered
by the sun. Perhaps 50ft to 75ft of this seed grows. It germinat:: unevenly—
it comes up unevenly—it ripens unev'eniy and does not grade hQh.
But there is one Drill that i~ -.derent.
Why net use the one Drill that places eve—-. ..:d where it
should b e? ,
Monitor Double Disc Drills
deposit the seed at the bottom r' r. clean, wide
furrow in two rows and cover It uniformly with
moist ea th, giving it abundant room j stool.
You get a good stand with one-tifth less seed.
Every good seed grows—germinates uniformly
—r.li comes up at one tirae-%ripens evenly and
grades the highest.
The Agricultural Colleges in various parts of
the country have made exhaustive tests and find
that the Monitor Drill produces crops which are
not only larger but grade higher than those pro
= duced by any other.
The Monitor Double Disc Drill is the only
Drill that drops the seed in front of the axle with
the downward turn or the disc, carrying every
grain to the bottom of the furrow—this device is covered by patents.
The Monitor Drill will operate successfully in any kind of coil.
Every feature of the Monitor Drill is a strong one. Steel draw bars and
hangers—steel levers—steel ratchets. It is made of the \ery best materials and
will give excellent service after many other drills are in the scrap heap. Don't
buy a drill until you have learned all about tiie Monitor.
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DENTISTRY
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who grow up in homes when
good music is counted among
the necessitiesof life and finds
its expression through an In
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Practices in all Courts
Office and residence connected
with all phones.
CHALLIS, -o—
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DR. KIRTLEY
CHALLIS. IDAHO.
Office—Adamson Building.
DR. R. W. PHILPS
DENTIST.
OFFICE HOURS:
9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M.
CHALLIS, (DeWitt Bldg.) » IDAHO.
CLARK 8c BRODHEAD
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practices in all Courts
Both State ant^ Federal
MACKAY, IDAHO.
Milton A. Brown
MINING LAWYER
Attorney-At-Law,
Practices in all Courts. ,
Challis. : : Idaho
Dr. J. W. Lynn Dr. John H. Lynn
LYNN BROS. HOSPITAL
POCATELLO. IDA.
Specialty
Phone 12
-Ear, Eye, Nose, Throe!
and Surgery
Custer Co'ty Abstract
Company, Ltd.
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Bonded Abstractors
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