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Cottonwood chronicle. [volume] (Cottonwood, Idaho) 1917-current, September 21, 1917, Image 3

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Speak For Themselves
Read What Your Money Will Buy During Our Closing Out Sale. Every Article In Our Stock At a Special Price
DRESS GOODS
Regular $2.25 per yard now
" 2.00
" 1.75
" 1.50
1.25
1.00
.75
.50
Munsingwear
FOR MEN and BOYS
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Regular $6.50 now per suit
" 5.50
" 4.50
" 3.50 " -
" 2.00
- $5.20
4.30
3.60
2.80
1.55
Blankets
Regular $10 Wool Blankets now
- $8.15
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6.15
$5.50 Blankets now
4.35
" 3.50
2.70
" 2.25
1.90
GROCERIES
Staple Articles You Know the Price of. Note Our Price
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee, always 45c, now 39c
" Steel Cut " "
40c, now 34c
" - Best Peaberry ' "
35c, now 28c
" Tea
50c, now 39c
Instant Postum, Regular 50c can, our price
- - - 43c
Best Head Rice, per pound
10 c
White Beans, per pound -
17c
Red Beans, per pound -
14c
Crystal White, Ben Hur, Clean Easy, Fairy Soap - 5c
Folgers Baking Powder 2 1-2 lb. can, our price - 95c
" 1 lb. can "
37c
1-2 lb. can . "
20 c
Crescent • " 3 lb. can "
64c
K C " 1 lb. can
19c
Jacket Syrup, Regular $1.75
$1.45
Tea Garden Drips, Gallon Can
$ 1.20
" 1-2 gal. can "
63c
Crystal White Syrup, Gallon Can
$ 1.00
" 1-2 gal. can "
50c
Dutch Cleanser, per can - "
8 c
Pearline, per package -
11 c
Matches, Regular 35c package
27c
SUGAR Per Sack
$8.95
TIP TOP FLOUR Per Sack
$2.65
IDAHO GOLD FLOUR Per Sack
- $2.55
DAIRY SALT Per Sack
60c
Ladies' and Children's Hose
Regular 75c Hose now - 59c
" 65c
" 40c
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Munsingwear
FOR LADIES' MISSES and CHILDREN
Regular $3.50 now per suit - $2.80
" 3.00 " 2.35
" 2.50 " 1.95
" 1.50 " ... 1.15
" 50 ... 37
Quilts
Regular $3.75 Quilts now
" 3.00 "
" 2.75 "
" 2.50 "
Three-pound sewed bats, extra quality
Goldstone Nash Creelman Company
Retiring From Business - Cottonwood, Idaho
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HOTEL PHOENIX
COTTONWOOD, IDAHO
R. D. HUMPHREY, PROP.
We cater to the Commercial Trade
Tables Supplied with Beat in the Market
Give Us a Trial
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I. L.ZUVLR
LICENSED
AUCTIONEER
FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY
Will cry your sale any time and at any place- Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Past customers references
Call Pacific Main 91, or Clobe Printing Company, Pacific 541, Grangeville
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CLEVELAND
TRACTOR
GEARED TO THE GROUND
HERE IS one farm tractor that can be used success
fully in any section of the country. It was designed
by Rollin White, designer of the famous White Motor
Trucks, and is being built by a company that has the
firmest financial foundation. Mr. White is building
the Cleveland Tractor to perform all of the many tasks
requiring power found on every farm. He has made
it easy to operate, economical to run, easy to care
for and absolutely dependable in operation.
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C.J. HEARTBURG, County Ag't.
PHONE FENN, IDAHO p. o. box 48
Demonstrations at Farmers Institute
Head the Chronicle—an education lor the whole family lor $1.50
A Man's Chances in War.
Just now many people are anxious
over the young men who are going to
war. A great many mothers feel that
it means almost certain death for her
son to go to Europe. If figures can
be trusted, this is not true. Figures
of the losses in war are not easy to ob
tain, but they are known with suffici
ent approach to accuracy to enable
some general conclusion to be drawn.
Babson's statistical organization
has some statistics that should reas
sure some whose hearts are now grip
ped with fear. That organization un
derstands that about 150 men out of a
thousand are wounded and about 60
out of every thousand are killed.
This is not a high proportion. One
of the great losses in wars of other
times was disease. This has been very
greatly reduced. Some claim that a
man at the front is less liable to dis
ease than if at home working in a city.
Tlrere is also wonderful improvement
in the handling of gas and other hide
ous forms of attack. Men who are
careful can protect themselves against
these things. The real danger comes
in charges. Wounds received at oth
er times are for the most part in the
arm or shoulder, which can be easily
healed, or in the skull. The skull
wounds are naturally serious. Ex
cept for the one or more days a month
when it is his turn to charge, a man
at the front is, statistically, almost as
well off as in the streets of New York.
It is reported that the United States
will use an enormous amount of artil
lery in the army and this will aid in
reducing the proportion of men killed
and wounded. Also as our armies in
crease and outnumber the entente ar
mies a man will have greater chances,
for his turn to charge will be less
often.
It would be cruel to arouse false
hopes, but it is not false hope to see a
reasonable chance for a safe return on
the part of men who are going to fight
our battles for liberty and democracy.
War is grim and terrible enough
without wild exaggerations of its per
ils and its sufferings. Always its
chances leave a good balance on the
Side of safety.
HOLSTEIN
SALE
On the afternoon of the last day of the Farmers Educa
tional Institute at
Cottonwood
OCTOBER 3rd
I will sell at public auction 50 head of the best
high grade Holstein cattle in Idaho. These cattle
were purchased from Hetz & Sons of Fort Atkin
son, Wis., the hub of the dairy industry in the
U. S., and they contain much of the best Holstein
blood in the country. As I am going into beef
cattle I must dispose of this stock and will sell it
at your own price. If you want good dairy stock
you cannot do better. Come to the sale-let the
state university dairy expert tell you his opinion
of my cattle—then buy what you need.
TERMS:--Bankable note at 10 per cent on 6 months
time
PERCY PUYEAR, Owner
I. E. ZUVER, Auc. - FELIX MARTZEN, Clerk
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