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COUNTY SEAT NEWS ITEMS
Joseph Squibb has sold his
ranch of 160 acres, northeast of
Grangeville, [to George Turner
and Otto Sholtz of the reservation
country. The price. was $100 an
acre.
Bill Shober was over from Cot
tonwood Saturday evening and
returned the following morning.
Bill was recently discharged from
service, having been stationed at
Camp Lewis in the artillery di
vision. He left Grangeville with
the August draft.
Word has been received by Mrs.
Fenn Batty that Mr. Batty had
left the sanatorium at Hot Lake,
Oregon last Wednesday and had
returned to his farm nearMaupin,
Oregon. This will be pleasing
news to Mr. Batty's many friends
in this section where he resided
for many years.
Judge Wilbur L. Campbell of
the probate court, came in on
last evening's train from a fcen
day trip to points in the southern
part of the state. The judge ac
companied three young fellows
to the Industrial school at St.
Anthony, and after completing
that task enjoyed a few day's
visit at other places before re
turning.
James Potts, of Stites, charged
with a statutory crime, and Lee
Woodworth of Grangeville, al
leged forger, both of whom\ are
held in the county jail, have ex
pressed wiljingndss to plead guilty
according to Sheriff William H.
Eller. The sheriff will take the
men to Lewiston Friday and per
mit them to plead .before Judge
Scales who is holding court in
Nezperce county. The sheriff
and prosecuting attorney, it is
said, will recommend leniency for
Woodworth.
First condemnation proceedings
to procure right-of-way fof the
North and South highway link
between Grangeville and White
bird were filed in the district
court this week when action was
brought by the commissioners of
the Lake highway district against
Sarah H. Robbins and Iieslie D.
Robbins, administrator for the
estate of S. W. Robbins, deceased.
A reunion and picnic in Grange
ville of soldiers of the great war
from Idaho, Lewis, Nezperce and
Clearwater counties was suggested
to the commercial club at its
meeting Wednesday by Sgt. Don
C. Fisher. July 4, it was believ
ed, would be an opportune time
for the picnic because, coupled
with the fact that the day is a
national holiday,» it is felt that
most of central Idaho soldiers will
have been discharged by that
time.
Red Cfross Elects Secretary
At the regular meeting of the
Red Cross held this week in the
Red Cross rooms, the resignation
of Mrs. Carrie McMahon, secre
tary of the local Red Cross was
read and accepted. Mrs. Marga
ret Keith was elected to fill the
vacancy.
George Robertson, president of
the Red Cross appointed the fol
lowing committees.
Membership—Mrs. Edith Step
henson, Mrs. Mary Terhaar, Mrs.
Myra Oldham, John Funke, aud
T. B. Parker.
Work—Mrs. Barbara Funke,
Mrs. Helen C. Simon, Mrs. Herma
Morton McKinney, Mrs. Lora B.
Hale, Mrs. Cora Edwards, Mrs.
Bertha M. Robertson.
Entertainment — Mrs. Laura
♦Nims, Mrs. Fannie Simon, Mrs.
Margaret Keith, W. A. LuStie, W.
W. Flint, H. C. Matthiesen.
Home Relief—Mrs. Elizabeth
Nacke, Mrs. Lora B. Hale, John
Funke.
Home service—Kate Nash.
Finished work sent to the Lew
iston chapter consisted of the fol
lowing: 25 suits, 38 pair of socks,
2 sweaters, 3 baby layetts.
Harry C. Cranke, auction
eer. Select your dates at the
office.
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First National Bank Report
Charter No. 7923.
Report of the condition of the First National Bonk, at Cottonwood, In the State of Idaho, at
the clo«e of business on March 4, 1919.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, including rediscounts, (except those shown in b and c) $213,706.91 }
Total loans........................*...............................-..............$213.706 91
25.000.00
Overdrafts', secured, none: unsecured $24 24..................................
(J. S. Bonds deposited to.secure circulation (par value) ........................
U. S. Bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged as collateral for state or
other deposits or bills payable *....... • ■ *................£............... 10.000 00
fT. S Bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged............. 500,00
Premium on U. S. bonds ......................................................
Liberty Loan Bonds. 3f. 4 and 4| per cent, unpledged........................... 14.200.00
ecurities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged $ 3,098.21
Total bonds, securieties. etc., other than U. S...............................
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subsetription)....................
Value of Banking house owned and unencumbered........................... 6.000.00
Equity in banking house........................................................
Furniture and fixtures.......................................
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank.....................................
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks ..........
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bauk
Total of Items ..........................................................$27,210.84
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer..........
Interest earned but not collected-approximate—on notes and bills receivable
not past due .....................................................
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned
5.
6 , 000.00
2.000 00
15.140.74
27.174.28
36.56
Total
liabilities
Capital stock paid in................... ................................ v .....
Surplus fund............. * ..................................................
Undivided profits...........................................................$ 5,164.03
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid................................. 2,997.24 2,166.79
Interest and discount collected or credited, inasdvance of maturity and not
earned (approximate)...................................................... 3.309 66
Circulating notes outstanding.................................................. 25,000.00
Cushier's checks on own bank outstanding .................................... 167.84
Total of items............................................................... 167.84
Individual deposits subject to check........... 148.377.99
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money bor
rowed.................................................... .1 ................. 13.687.99
Total of demand deposits [other than bank deposits] subject to Reserve $162.065.98
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)....................... $79,391.49
Bills payable with Federal reserve Bank......................................... $.000,00
Total $321.101.76
*of the total loans and discounts shown above the amount on which interest and discount was
charged at rates in excess of those permitted by law (section 5197. Rev. Stat.) exclusive of notes
upon which total charge not to exceed 50 cents was made, was none The number of such louns
was NONE.
State of Idaho. County-of Idaho, ss:
I. Geo. M. Robertson. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. GKO. M. ROBERTSON. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Murch 1919.
• Herman H. Nuxoll, Notary Public.
CORRECT—Axtest: Felix Martzkn, Adolph. Hinkleman. E. L. Pakkrr, Directors.
1,250.00
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25.000 00 1
15 000.00 I
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-TREASURER OF THE
KEUTERVILLE HIGHWAY DISTRICT
To the Honorable Board of High wav Commissioners of the Keuterville
Highway District. Gentlemen:
I herewith submit for your consideration and approval the annual re
port of.my office as secretary-treasurer of the Keuterville Highway District,
for the year 1918.
RECEIPTS
Cash on hand, 1-1-18...;.......................... $ 1.7C
Delinquent taxes, 1917 ... .......................... $ 3.78
Motor Licenses, 1918 .............................. 348.75
Road Poll Taxes received from County treasurer........ 5.91
Highway District Levy, 1917....................... 930.(12
County Bridge Levy, 1917......................... 197.50
County lloid Levy, 1917........................
Rent of Hall, 1918..............................
Road 'Poll Taxes Collected in District ............
Sundries........ t .............................
j
321.13
19J)0
52.1)0
5.00 1883.69
Total Receipts.
DISBURSEMENTS
Checks returned, unpaid
ASSETS'
Estimated Receipts from County Road Levy (8 mills) . .
Estimated Receipts from County Bridge Levy (5 mills)
Estimated lleceipts from Highway Dist. Levy (4 mills)
Total Assets.
LIABILITIES
$1885.45
.. 1810.93
15.45
4.00
.
55.07
1885.07
55.07
. 100.00
50.00
. *520.00
. 197.50
1775.00
400.00
. $2897.57

$2131.71
60.00
200.00
. 505.86
$2897.57
I, Edward Blake, Secretary-Treasure« of thé Keuterville Highway Dis
trict, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and complete report
of the records of my office, for ths year ending January 3, 1919. The books
and files of my office are hereby made a part of this report.
Dated at Cottonwood, Idaho, Jan. 20, 1919.
' EDWARD BLAKE,
Secretary-Treasnrer, Keuterville Highway District.
PATHE PHONOGRAPH
We carry the well-known PATHE PHONOGRAPH and invite
all persons contemplating purchasing a phonograph to look into
the merits of this wonderful machine.
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SsasSS: DRUG STORE
T. F. Schaecher, Prop.
The Busy Druggist. Cottonwood, Idaho
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TEAMS FOR HIRE
Anyone wishing the services of a team and good
driver can procure same by calling
Nezperce Phone 1437
Will make trips to any part of the county.
B. J. BIEREN
COTTONWOOD
DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE
O. D. HAMLIN, Prop.
Light and Heavy Hauling Done on Short Notice
Notice for Publication
Department cf -the Interior. U. S. Land Office at
Lewiston. Idaho. February 27. 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
'Edward JJKjlby
________ >, who. on
5. 1914 made H. E. 04436. afcd Add_____ _
05765. for N* NE*, and SE* NEi. Sec. 24, Tp. 30
N . R. 3 W . and Lot 2. Ei NW*. and N* NEi.
Section 19. Township 30 North. Range 2 West
Boise Meridian has filed notice of intention to
make five year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Hampton Taylor. U.
S. Commissioner at Grangeville, Idaho on the
10th day of April. 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Harvey Right, of whitebird, Idaho; Charley
W. Sallee, of Boles. Idaho; Lena Emrick, of Boles.
Idaho; J. W. Lamb, of Boles, Idaho.
10-5 Henry Heitfeld. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho. February 27, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
Lena Emrick
f orraer iy Lena Jackson, of Boles, Idaho, who. on
I May 28, 1914; July 15. 1915. made H E. 05428, Add.
! H. E . No. 06227. for Et SEL and SWi SEi. Sec
j * and SWi SWi, SEi SWl. Sec. 10; Ni NWi and
• SWi NWi. Section 15. Township 30 North, Range
2 West. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of inten
I tion to make three year proof, to establish claim
1 to land above described, before Hampton
I Taylor. U. S. Commissioner, at Grangeville, Ida
iio, on the 10th day v of April. 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harvey Right, of Whitebird, Idaho; J
Henry Heitfeld. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. % S. Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho. March 3. 1919.
Notice is hereby ght^n that
William A. Si-ivy
of Spring Camp, Idaho, who, on June 16, 1914,
mude 1$. E . No. 056UÜ. for SEi NEi. Sec. 34, and
SWi NWi, and W* SWi, Section 35, Township
j 29 North, Range3 West Boise Meridian has filed
notice of intention to make three year proof, to
establish claim to the land above described.be
fore the Register and Receiver of the U. S. Land
Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, on the 12th day of
April. 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Loy McCracken, of Lewiston. Idaho; James L
Bond, of I.ewiston. Idaho; John W. Cox. of Spring
Camp Idaho; Jerome B. Chaffee, of Spring Camp,
Idaho.
10-5 Henry Heitfeld. Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho. March 3. 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
John W. fox
of Spring Camp. Idaho, who, on December 17
1914. made H. K., No. 05880, for Lots 1 and 2, Si
NEi. SEi NWi. Sec. 5. Tp. 29 N.. R. 2 W., and Si
SKi, Section 32, Township 30 N.. Range 2 West,
Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make tiTree year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Register and
Receiver of the U. S. Land Office, at Lewiston,
Idaho, on the 12th day of April. 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William A. Spivy.of Spring Camp, Idaho; Jer
ome B. Chaffee, of Spring Camp, Idahot Loy Mc
Cracken, of Lewiston, Idaho; James L- Bond, of
Lewiston. Idaho,
10-5 Henry Heitffld. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho. February 17, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
WILBUR A. BOX
of Boles, Idaho, who on December 10, 1915, made
Additional H. E-, No. 06084, for the SKi SKi,
Sec. 2. NEi NEi. Sec. 11; and W'i NWi. Section
12, Township29 North. Range l West Boise Me
ridian has filed notice of intention to make three
year proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Register and Receiver of
the U. S, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, on the
26th day of March, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Herbert S. Boles, of Boles, Idaho; Grover C
Ryan, of Canfield, Idaho; William Hehl, of Can
field, Idaho; John R. Lacey. of Canfield. Idaho.
8-5 Henry Heitfeld, Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, United States Land
Office at Lewiston, Idaho, February 5,1919 :
Notice is hereby given that
JOSEPH G. KNNEKING
of Keutervillle. Idaho, who, on iMareh 16. 1914
Nov. 10. 1914. made H. E- 05299. and Add. H. E-.
No. 05827. for NWi SEi. Ni SWi. SEi SWi. and
NWi, Section 15. Township 31 North. Range 2.
West. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land ubove described r before the Register
and Receiver of the U. S. Land Office al Lewis
ton. Idaho, cui the 18th day of March, 1919.
Claimant names us witnesses;
Henry H. Hattrup. of Cottonwood; Idaho,
Edward Schroeder, of Keuterville. Idaho. Frank
Hatke of Keuterville, Idaho; Fred Shaw of
Westlake, Idaho.
7-5 Henry Heitfeld. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
at Lewiston. Idaho, March 6, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
JOHN V. SMITH
of Boles, Tdaho, who. on December 22. 1913, made
H. E. 05203. Nè NEi. SEi NEi. NEi SEi. Sec. 9.
and on June 3, 1914, Add. H. E-. No. 05521, for
SEi SEi. Sec. 9. Wi SWi. Sec. 10 and NWi NWi.
Sect. 15. Township 30 North. Range 1 West, 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, at Whitebird, Idaho, on the 16th
day of April. 1919.
Claimaut names as witnesses:
Eva L- Canfield. of Cottonwood. Idaho; Perry
Nethkeu, of Boles. Idaho: Frank Lord, of Boles,
Idaho; Charles W. Sallef. of Boles. Idaho.
115 Henry Heitfeld. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S. Laud Office
at Lewiston. Idaho. March 6, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
HOWARD R. WRIGHT
of Spring Camp, Idaho, who, on March 26. 1914.
June 11. 1914, made H. K. 05318, Add. H. E' No.
05584, for lot 6. Sec. 6. Tp. 29 N . R. 2 W. and Ni
of Si.Si NEi, and SEi NWi, Section 1. Town
ship 29 north, range 3 west, Boise Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make three year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before Hampton Taylor. U. S. Commis
sioner, at Grangeville, Idaho, on the 16th day of
April. 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses;
George F. Anderson. Boles. Idaho; Warren A.
Sinead, of Spring Camp Idaho: Walter H. Lem
ons. of Spring Camp. Idaho; Jefferson S. Busick,
of Spring Camp, Idaho.
11*5 Henry Heitfeld, Register.
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Dry Zensal soothes and heals
the dry scaly skin. Moist Zeu
sal gives speedy relief to weep
ing skiu aud the watery erup
tions. #75c a jar.
THEO. F. SCHAECHER
Cottonwood National
Farm Loan Association
Long term loans on farm lands at 5}
per cent Bring us your loan,
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Pres.
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and Junipers
Prices reduced to correspond with the mar
ket prices. We will put the "BLACK
BEAR'' against anything made in the over
all line. *
Buckskin Pants that never quit
wearing. Stag Shirts for spring
work in the buckskin cloth
This is the best cloth made for service
Remember we have
Canvas gloves 2 pairs for 25c and 20c
Or two pairs for......................................................35c, 20c
Can you beat it?
Work socks, per pair, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and
dress socks in Fancy Cotton, Para Silk, Silk
Lisle, Pure Thread Silk in White, Black,
Grey, Green, Smoke and many other fancy
colors.
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A Chance for Farmers to Save
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147HEN you need a repair part for your liar
' ■ vesting or haying machines, or some other
machine you will use this year, you will want
« it quick.
With this in mind, we wish you would
% go over each machine carefully, making
note of parts that might need replacing
during the year, and send us thfe list.
r pHIS ia the mest i pportune time to give y our machines a
■* thorough inspection. With the busy season at hand y our
time will soon be so occupied that you could not give this
matter the attention its importance warrants, *
This advance information as to your probable re
quirements will make it absolutely certain that you
can get any part you need in short order. Please
let us have your list of repair parts before or during
Repair and inspection Week.
Cottonwood Hardware & Implement Company
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Hatching EGGS for Sale
Rose Comb Rhode island Reds
Nelson and Watson Strain
Nothing but prize stock used in breed
ing pen. Tested and tried for egg
production under the Hogan system.
Nothing under 150 egg type used as
breeders. We feed no drones.
Eggs $1.50 per 15 or $9.00 per 100
Ringhouse Strain White Wyandotte
The Acknowledged Champions of the West
They are dandy year round layers. As winter layers thev
are hard to beat. Just a few settings to spare at
$1.75 per 15 Eggs
Money must accompany all mail orders for eggs Rxore«
or parcel post charges to be paid by purchaser. Please
order early. First come first served. Address
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