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Household Hardware (exactly IF YOU WANT "ECONOMY" IN YOUR KITCH EN, THE FIRST THING YOU NEED IS A PAIR OF KITCHEN SCALES. YOU NOT ONLY CAN CHECK UP THE GOODS YOU RECEIVE, BUT YOU CAN WEICH THE THINGS YOU USE—THAT SAVES MONEY AND WASTE. AND WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER THINGS YOU NEED, THAT DON'T COST MUCH BUT SAVE YOU TIME AND STEPS. COME IN AND SEE THEM. NLVLR BLFORL IN ALLTIML Have Housekeepers Been 5o Strenuous lyl Jrged to Can A Il T hey Car i. To Assist Them We are Displaying a ! Most Complete Stock of Canning and Preserving Utensils at Low Prices and Beg to Offer a Few Reminders:— Mason and Economy Jars In Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons Jelly Glasses Paraffin Wax Preserving Kettles Steam Canners Paring Knives Food Choppers Fruit presses Colanders - Strainers - Sieves Krautcutters - jars - Apple parers Wood Kegs in 5,10,15 and 20 gal. sizes Our Window Display HO EINE HARDWARE Makes Butter in 8 Minutes Turns Easy Cleans Easy makes More-better BuTter 8 sizes or GLASS AND METAL THE The DAZEY cannot be compared with any other churn on tho market because there is such ao immense differ* euce. T he DAZEY Is not an Imitation; it Is an entirely new departure in churn making; it is better. Just think of the difference between this churn and the old style dash, or wooden churns that take at least onc-half hour to churn, sometimes two hours. Surely yôur time is worth 15c per hour. At this rate the DAZLY would save you $19.50 every year or many times its cost. THE DAZLY IS AS EASILY CLEANED AS A TIN PAIL, Because the receptacle which holds the cream is removable from the gearing, and as there are uo rough or uneven surfaces or bearings iusido. Da.zey Metal Churns .A*'e More Sanitar-t jh^n WoqqEn nX h ®J?u AZE X 1 i? or * Bnttor Than Any Churn Out of the Same Amount of Cream. This can be easily proven by puttiug one-half of your cream In each churn and then weighing the butten the scales will show the facts, The DAZEY receptacle cannot absorb a parti putter fat or moisture and theraforo will newer become rancid. There Is nothing about the DAZFY to wear out. There are no complicated pans; very simple; runs light and will last for years. WE Want you To Try The dazey Churn Professional Cards . DB. WESLEY F. ODD Physician & Surgeon Office in Simon Building. Pacific and Nezperce Phones COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. DR. J. E. REILLY DENTIST Nezperce and Bell 'phones NUXOLL BLOCK COTTONWOOD Dr. J. E. Smith DENTIST Main Street - - Cottonwood * (One Door below Baker's Store) DR. McKEEN BOYCE Graduate Licensed VETERINARIAN Calls answered day or night and satis faction guaranteed. COTTONWOOD, IDAHO COTTONWOOD LOCAL F. E. & C. U. of A. Meets on 1st and 3d Saturday of each month at 1 o'clock P. M. RILEY RICE, Pres. A. JANSEN, Sec.-Treas. Let EUGENE MAUER —DO YOUR— TAILORING Cottonwood - Idaho H. H. Nuxoll NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Nuxoll Blk., Cottonwood Your Waterworks complete MODERN SANITARY PLUMBING Concrete Construction of Reservoirs, Drains, Sep tic Tanks, Etc. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES J. C. HALLER COTTONWOOD IDAHO Attention Fanners We carry a complete line of ma chine oil and hard oil for harvest purposes. Cab and get our prices before purchasing. Farmen Union Warehouse Co. BUSINESS LOCALS Tip Top—the Flower of flours. Idaho Gold--the great bread and butter flour. Tip Top flour makes the finest bread you ever tasted. New stock of linoleum just received at Nau's Furniture House. Mrs. L. B. Hale has a good coal heater for sale at a bargain. Highest market price paid for but ter, eggs and lard. J. V. Baker & Son. Only the best part of the wheat goes into Tip Top flour. Get your linoleum of Nau, now. He has a fine lot of new designs just in. Furnished rooms for rent at resi dence of Mrs. Joseph Oldham, near schoolhouse. Electricity on the farm—See the Delco lighting plant. Hoene Hard ware. None of the wheat's vitality has been lost in making Tip Top and Ida ho Gold flour. WOOD FOR SALE. Don't tre%t yourself cool. Buy your wood from Sallee & Gray, Westlake. 37-4t Water direct from the well with a Milwaukee Air Pressure System. No storage. Hoeue Hardware. Get your children's sandals, sizes 5 to 12, regular price $1.50, at 95c a pair. Sizes from 12 to 2, regular price $2, at $1.10. G-N-C Co. We have several thousand good second hand sacks for sale at right price. See us before you buy. Cot tonwood Milling & Elevator Co. Now is the time to get men s straw hats, regular prices $1.50 to $2, now on sale at $1, each. $3 hats, now $1.50. G-N-C Co. Tip Top and Idaho Gold — the pure food flours—are manufactured under most sanitary conditions and comply with all pure food regulations. All children's and misses' patent and tan pumps, your choice at $1.50 a pair. White canvas slippers at $1.10 per pair. At G-N-C. Co. Steer Taken Up. About August 10th a year-old steer, color red and white spotted; no brand; both ears marked on lower ends, came to my place about 7 miles southwest of Cottonwood. Owner can have the animal by paying for pasture and keeping and for this advertising. Geo. P. Jungert, Cottonwood. Ray Nims spent several days in Spokane this week. Theo. Schaecher, the druggist, and his daughter, Miss Bertha, were Spo kane visitors a couple of days this week. A new Altman & Taylor thresher arrived here Tuesday from Spokane for Henry and Clem Wassmuth, prominent farmers of Greencroek. W. J. Raney, lumberman from Nezperce, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. E. M. Parker and son Ray ac companied him home for a brief visit with friends in that town. G. R. Paddling spent several days here the first of the week visiting his brother, H. L. Faddling. He recent ly made a trip with his auto from his home in Oklahoma to Seattle and oth er coast points. He came over the northern route, but found it so rough that he decided to return over the proposed Cottonwood north and south state highway through Boise, and left over that route Tuesday. Mr. Fadd ling also believes that upon the com pletion of this road thousands <>f auto tourists will travel over it every year. The district court for Idaho county convened at Grangeville Monday. In a number of cases Judge Scales cannot preside, due to the fact that he was an attorney in the actions prior to his ap pointment to the bench, and Judge Steele is there to sit in these cases. There are eighty-five cases on the cal endar and of this number five are criminal actions. It is expected that the term will be finished about Octo ber 15. Operators of grain elevators have been notified by Herbert Hoover, U. S. Food Administrator, that storage tickets are not to be issued for a long er period than thirty days, and stor age tickets should bear the following clause: "It is agreed that if the grain represented by this receipt shall re main in storage beyond the period of thirty days after the date hereof, the undersigned warehouse man is author ized to sell the same or to ship the same to the nearest terminal market for sale for the best price obtainable, and shall pay over the proceeds to the holder of this receipt, less lawful stor age and other charges." Postmaster Fryor of Keuterville was among the number who left here Tuesday to attend the Pendleton Roundup. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blackburn re turned Saturday from Boise, where they spent several days visiting their son Frank, a member of the Idaho National Guard, who will leave in a few days for the army camp at Char lotte, N. C. C. J. Heartburg of Fenn is the Idaho county agent for the Cleveland >'■actor—one of the best made. He will demonstrate the workings of this tractor at the Farmers Institute at Cot ton wood on Oct. 2d and 3d. See his ad in the Chronicle. The Cottonwood band again pleased a good sized crowd with a well render ed program Saturday evening. The boys are practicing faithfully under the able supervision of Prof. Shattuck and will be heard in public in a num ber of concerts during Farmers Insti tute, Oct. 2 and 3. J. W. Clausen, painter, has greatly improved the front of Ray Nims' pool hall with a new coat of paint this week. Many other buildings appar ently are gtoaning for similar treat ment. The average country town is nearly always in need of a fresh paint epidemic. Fred Weist, who recently traded his 30-aere farm north of town for 300 acres near Ryegate, Mont., left Tues day with a carload of household goods for that point. Mrs. Weist and chil dren will visit relatives at Ferdinand for several days yet before leaving for their new home. BUSIN ESS L OCALS The big bakers are the best judges of good flour. Our Tip Top and Ida ho Gold brands are used almost ex clusively by bakeries in this thrritory. Why not you. Just received a carload of melons. You can buy them about at your own price while they last Bartlett pears, peaches and tomatoes for canning now on. Come in and leave your orders. Randall's Confectionery. Our Tip Top and Idaho Gold make more loaves of better bread than orher flours on the market, and do not need any phosphate or other chemicals for whitening or raising the dough. A in Stock hogs wanted, call at Farmers Union warehouse for prices. Wood for sale. See - Otto Aichl mayr or Jim Rooke. 31-tf. Tip Top and Idaho Gold flour never varies from its high standard of purity and excellence. FOR SALE.—J ersey cow, just fresh, good milker. Price $100. 34. R. J. Carlson. FOR SALE.—A good home, cheap. A thoroughly modern bungalow, with five good lots, property well located, in Kamiah, Ida. 22-tf. Men Wanted.— Sawyers and fellers 85c per M. Mill and camp minimum wage $3.25. Steady work and ample protection against I. W. W. Craig Mountain Lumber Co., 31 tf Winchester, Idaho. WANTED.—Some steers, feeders or stockers. Inquire at this office. 35-4t. Stock hogs wanted, call at Farmers Union warehouse for prices. Bring us your milling wheat. The government regulations include all mills of more than 100 barrels daily capacity and we can pay more for grain stored in our elevator than else where. We need the grain, so why pay handling charges to others. Keep this money in your own pocket. Cot tonwood Milling & Elevator Co. Idaho Gold flour-—best for bread cake and pastry. Why is Tip Top and Idaho Gold flour better? Because it is made of clean sweet wheat properly blended and milled under absolute cleanliness, and does not contain any injurious in gredients. Notice for Publication. 05699 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at I^ewiston. Idaho, Sept. 10th, 1917. Notice is hereby given that JOSEPH L. TRIBE, of Joseph. Idaho, who. on September 5th, 1914, made Additional Homestead Entry. No. 05699, for Ni SEi Sec. 20 and NWi SWi. Sec. 21. Twp 29 N. K 1 W, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J. Loy al Adkison. U. S. Commissioner, at White Bird Idaho, on the 16th day of October, 1917. Claim ant names as witnesses: David O. Dewey, Wm. K. Reed. Maynard Gillispie. D. If. Hill, all of Jo seph, Idaho. s!4 _ Henkv Hfitfkld. Register. Notice for Publication 05381-06064 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewiston. Idaho, Sept. 18th, 1917. Notice is hereby given that ELI CHURCH. of Cottonwood. Idaho, who. on May 23. 1914. and June 4. 1915. made Homestead Entries Nos. 05381 and 06064. for SWi SEi. SEi SWi. Lot 4. Sec. 7. and Lot 1. Sec. 18. Twp. 30 North. Range 1 East, and SKi SEi. Sec. 12, NEi NEi. Sec. 13. Twp. 30 North, Range 1 West, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year Proof, to establish claim to the laud above described, be fore H. W. Carets, U. S. Commissioner, at Grangeville, Idaho, on the 25th day of October, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: N.J. Wil liams. W. W. Blackburn. S. J. Eurthing, A. J. Bentley, all of Cottonwood. Idaho. %2l Henry Heitfelp, Register. at of ! Notice for Publication 04982-05594 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August 21st. 1917. Notice is hereby given that LOY A MCCRACKEN. of Spring Camp. Idaho, who, on July 7th, 1913, nnd July 8th, 1914, made Homestead Entries, Nos. 11, Wi Township 29 North, Range 3 west, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year Pioof, to establish Claim to the land above descril>ed. be fore J. Loyal Adkison, U. S. Cotnmssioner, ut White Bird, Idaho, on the 26th day of September, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Walter T. Hard in. Floyd Canaan, Arthur Spivy, FuuchoStubble fiield, all of Spring Camp, Idaho. 8 24 11 en k y Hkitfkld, Register. Notice for Publication 04997-05599 Department of the Interior. U. S* Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August 21st, 1917. Notice is hereby given that WALTER T. HARDIN. of Spring Camp, Idaho, who, on July 19, 1913, nnd June 16. 1914, made Homestead Entries Nos. 04997 and 05599, for NWl SEi. SEi NWi, EiSWi. SWi .SWi, Sec. 24. Si SEi NWi SEi. Section 23, Township 29 North, Range 3 West, Boise Merid ian, has filed notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J. Loyal Adkison, U. S. Com missioner. at White Bird. Idaho, on the 26th day of Septemlier, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Loy A. Mc Cracken, Floyd Canaan. Arthur Spivy, Fancho Stubblefield, all of Spring Camp, Idaho. 8-24 Hunky HkitfkTd, Register. Notice for Publication 05516 Department of the Interior, U. S. Lund Office at Lewiston, Idaho, August 28th, 1917. Notice is hereby given that william F. HARRIMAN, of Joseph. Idaho, who. on June 3rd, 1914, made Additional Homebtend Entry, No. U5516. for SWi SWi Sec. 13, Si SEi Sec. 14. and SEi NWi Section 24, Township 29 North, Range 2, West. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-vear Proof, to establish claim to the land above descrilled, before J. Loyal Adkison. U. S. Commissioner, ut White Bird. Idaho, on the 2nd day of October, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Oscar Hollings worth, of Boles, Idaho; James Chamberlain, of Spring Camp, Idaho: F.dwurd Mathewson, Mar shall O. Tweedy, both of Joseph, Idaho. 8-31 Henry HBITFBLD. Register. Notice for Publication 06097 Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Sept. 10th, 1917. Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM K. REED, of Joseph, Idaho, who. on May 17th. 1915, made Additional Homestead Entry, No. 06097, for SEi NEi Sec. 15, Si NWi and SWi NEi. Sec. 14. Twp 29 N, R 1 W. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J Loyal Adkison, U. S. Commissioner, ut White Bird, Idaho, on the 16th day of October. 1917. Claim ant names as witnesses: Joseph L- Tribe, David O. Dewey. James Aram. Enoch Christiansen, all of Joseph,Idaho, s!4 Hf.nky Heitfkld. Register. Notice for Publication. 04208 Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Iduho, Sept, loth, 1917, Notice is hereby given that DAVID O. DEWEY. of Joseph, Idaho, who, on November 8th. 1911, made Homestead Entry, No. 04208. for NEi. Sec. 8, Twp. 29 N, R 1 W. Boise Meridiun. has filed notice of intention to make five year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, before J. Loyal Adkison, U. S. Commissioner, at White Bird, Idaho, on the 16th day of October, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph L- Tribe, Win. K. Reed, both of Joseph, Idaho; James M. Lyda. Arthur Wright, both of Boles, Idaho. sl4 Henry Heitfkld. Regiser LET CRANKE DO IT. I conduct more sales than any other auctioneer in Washington and Idaho. Why? Because I conduct them on business princi ples. Harry C. Cranke. auctioneer. Nezperce, Idaho. 04982 and CS594, for S| NEi. El SEi. Sec. SWi. Sec. 12, Wi NWi, Section 13.