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Cottonwood Milling Sc
Elevator Company Ltd. Millers and Grain Dealers Buyers of Livestock of all Kinds / Bulk Storage Capacity 175,000 bushels Sacked Storage Capacity 40,000 Sacks Our Specialty "Tip-Top" Hard Wheat Flour • We carry a full line of clean grain and feed of all kinds. Also Pig-a-Boq Tank age* oyster shells, sea shells, meat scraps, scratch feed, mash feed, mill feed, buck wheat, rolled oats, rolled barley, rolled wheat and pulverized feed of all kinds. We buy in carload 1 lots and save local freight and this saving is yours. Having the best equipped mill and elevator of its size in the northwest, we are in a position to take care of your wants. We are prepared to clean your grain for seed purposes. Can either chop, roll or pulverize your feed. . We Receive Stock Hogs Every Day in the Year Except Sunday if delivered to the Jenny Farm and we pay you top market at all times If you have fat hogs, fat cattle or stock cattle « for sale see us before you sell. We receive ' hogs every Monday, cattle whenever a half or full car is in sight. Cottonwood Milling & Elevator Company Ltd. Have Your Cars Overhauled 'And Batteries taken care of during the winter months This is a good time to have this work done and when spring comes and the roads get in good shape your car will be ready for business We never were in better shape than right now to handle this work. Bring in your cars be fore the spring rush. We have an expert electrician who specializes on elec trical appliances on cars. COTTONWOOD GARAGE STEWART & JASPER, Proprietors Automobiles and Accessories Repairing, Etc. "Every Member of the Firm a Booster" COTTONWOOD DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE O. D. HAMLIN, Prop. Light and Heavy Hauling Done on Short Notice ^Miiini!iimii:;iu!Siin:iiiutuiiHituinwiunwuBaiUiiiHiHHt;tiinnHmiaiituiiiiHnumtiivutinuiii)iin<wnimtiMumtmmHnmiiiKR;iii!imiioi:!iii;mn i 1 Smoke EL SANITAIRE CIGARS For that mild after dinner smoke. 10c two for 25c Havana 5, Skokum and Idanha The 6c Cigar of Quality JOE ERESCH, Maker GRANGEVILLE, IDA ,Dr. Wesley F. Orr Physician and Surgeon Office in Simon Building. Pacific and Nezperce Phones COTTONWOOD - - - IDAHO Dr. J. E. Reilly DENTIST Nezperce and Bell 'phones NUXOLL BLOCK COTTONWOOD Dr. McKeen Boyce _ _. Deputy State VETERINARIAN for Idaho and Lewis Counties , COTTONWOOD - - - IDAHO Dr. C. Sommer VETERINARIAN Satisfaction Guaranteed. Conrad Bosse res., north end town Both Telephones. H. H. Nuxoll NOTARY PUBLIC List your fa rms with me Office in Nuxoll Block, Cottonwood Let EUGENE MAUER —DO YOUR— TAILORING Cottonwood - Idaho COTTONWOOD LOCAL F. E. <& C. U. of A. RILEY RICE, Pres. A. JANSEN, Sec.-Tteas. Meets 1st und 3d Saturday of each month at 1 pm JOHN REILAND Contractor and Builder. Estimates furnished on any Class of Work. Repairing promptly attended to. The Rooke Hotel Has neat clean rooms at 50c and 75c per night or $2.50 to $3.50 per week. When you are in Cot tonwood give us a trial. Dad Rooke, Propr. FELIX MARTZEN Real Estate, I>oans, Fire and Life Insurance Insure in the Northwestern Mutual and save 35 to 45 per cent on your insurance For sale by all grocers. Tip Top flour. Cottonwood Milling Co. 4tf. Walter Robbins baa begun the op eration of a dray line and solicits the business of the city. Leave erders at the Cottonwood bun. 3tf WANTS, POUND AND FOR SALE FOR SALE—One good Durham bull. -Inquire of A. O. Mar tin. 11-2 FOR SALE—Duck and Goose eggs for settings. T. Clarke, the jftnk man. 11-2 FOR SALE—A go-cart at a bargain if taken at once. Mrs. E. L. Parker. lltf FOR SALE—Saddle complete and farm harness. See T. Clark, the junk man. 11-2 For Sale— De Laval cream sep arator No. 15. Also good fresh milk cow. Inquire at this office. 7tf FOR SALE — Large wagon scales in good condition. Inquire of Gottfred Halter, one-half mile east of town. 10-3p FOR SALE—New Bradford pi ano; will take either thrift stamps or liberty bonds. Inquire of A. J. Barth, the jeweler. 11-4 FOR SALE—Ford Touring car, in first-class mechanical condi tion. Extra Gear. All tiras in fine condition, two Rear tfnes Brand new. No cash needed. Bankable paper. Call at this office. 11-2 FOR SALE— Chatham fanning mill, Flying Dutchman 14 inch gang plow, Osborne disc, Van Brunt single disc drill, span of work horses and harness—choice of 12 head. Henry J. Schaeffer, Ferdinand. 8-tf FOR SALE—Eight ton Rich ardson type registering wagon scales. Good as new. Has nev er been used, reason for. celling, too small for our purpose. Will furnish a competent man to in stall same. Price is right. In quire at Cottonwood Milling & Elevator Co. 9-4 WANTED—Farm hand at once. Inquire of A. O. Martin. 11-2 NEED ANY MONEY? No delay. Geo. M. Reed, Grange ville, Idaho. . - 11-2^ FOUND—Automobile chain be tween Twin houses and Frank Hanleys. Size of chain 32x3J. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad. Inquire at this office. 11-4 For Sale. Two sleighs, in first class condition. Inquire at Cottonwood Barn. 52-t'f. Tip Top is made of hard wheat. It will give more loaves of better bread than any flour on the market. 4tf. Cottonwood Milling Co. Choice alfalfa hay and at right prices. 4tf. Cottonwood Milling Co. If it is good alfalfa hay who want at the right price call on the Cottonwood Milling & Elevator Co. 9-tf Eventually you will buy Tip Top, why not order some today? Call on your grocer or on us, we both deliver free of charge. Cot tonwood Milling & Elevator Co. Ltd. 5-tf Estray. Came to my place in December one black pig about three months old with both cars cropped. Owner may have same by paying for this ad and ex pense of feed in g. A. C. Gtntiy. 4tf If you are looking for results with your hogs, you must feed TANKAGE. We buy it in car load lots, and feed it year in and year out, and know its value. We offer it to you at the right price. Cottonwood Milling & Elevator Co. Ltd. 5-tf Dr. J. D. SHINNICK PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Butler Bldg, Dr. Reily J. Alcorn Office, Cottonwood Dr. Cora E. Alcorn Office, Ferdinand ALCORN HOSPITAL FERDINAND, IDAHO Open to all Reputable Physicians MODERNIN EVERY RESPECT RISE IN MARKET PRICE OF LIBERTY BONDS WENT Some Liquidation Inevitable, Says Annalist, but It Is Healthy Condition The fact that the market price of Liberty Bonds is sUll below par has brought forth endless discussion among persons who either seek or try to glvo the reasons for the prices. The present prices of Liberty Bonds have also been a factor in contribut ing to pessimistic stories as to the dif ficulty which the nation will have In floating a Fifth Loan. The situation is well set forth In The Annalist, New York financial weekly, as follows: Every loan floated, whether it be corporate or governmental, re quires a certain amount of time to become seasoned. This will be 1 particularly true of our national loanB, which have all been sold during periods of tremendous pressure where every appeal was made to the buyer to take the maximum, whether or no the se curity was Buited to his needs or within his ability to pay. Healthy Gravitation.' Gradual liquidation from small holders is as Inevitable, therefore, as the law of survival. He shall take who hath the power, and he small keep who can, and it is In keeping that more strength of character Is required than in the resolution- necessary to bring one to the point of signing the appli cation. The gravitation that, Is going on, therefore, is a healthy function, except, of course, where selling is induced by unscrupulous swindlers. The liquidation from this source represents so many footprints of the bonds in passage from the hands of the weak to the Btrong, and every sale that takes place* on the board emanating from this source Is one Btep nearer to a solid market for Liberty Loans, since It is a well-known character istic of those who buy In a de clining market to hold either for permanent Investment or for so substantial a rise that they are amply compensated for their carry. Will Steady Market. Much of tho money realized from bonds sold to produce writeoffs In the income tax will either lie In banks or go Into short-time securities for invest ment and the switching by sav ings banks may be safely counfed upon to do nearly as much good to the market price of the Liberty Loans as it can harm to rails and municipals. As a matter of fact the taking of tax exempts from an Institution unaffected by taxes and the resale of the same to private individuals Is only the nat ural result of gravitation of securi ties into the final niche in which they are most efficient. It is confidently believed, there fore, that a turn In the tangent of bond prices is at hand with an especially cheerful prospect for our national loans. A STITCH IN TIME ■ < hi «9 Sc* z 7 if // y THRIFT MEANS Getting the most for your money to day and In *.he future. Being abtvj to meet your obligations to your business associate, your family and your country. Getting the most out of life. In short, making of it a real success. War Savings Stamps are a tangible evidence of success. Do your full duty by holding the War Savings Stamps after you buy them. The government receives no benefit If you Immediately demand re demption. Buy all you can. Keep «hat you buy. PERSHING PINS HERO MEDAL ON CHINESE YOUTH Sing Kee Sticks to His Post Linder Heavy Fire. Here is & text book cn American ism written In Chinese character and translated for use on the day next month when a Liberty Loan salesman tackles you to do your duty. It Is *an official American communique: "Pvt. Sing Kee, Infantry. Chung Kee, father, 604 North Fourth street, San Jose, Calif. 'For extraordinary heroism In action at Mont Notre Dame, west of Flsmes. France. Aug ust 14, 15, 1918. Pvt. Kee, although seriously gassed during shelling by high explosive and gas shells, re fused to be evacuated, and continued, practically single-handed, by his own initiative to operate the regimental message center relay "tatton at Mont Notre Dame. Throughout the critical period Pvt. Kee showed extraordinary heroism, high courage, and persistent devotion to duty and totally disre garded all personal danger. By his determination he materially aided his regimental commander In communicat ing with the front line.' '' Sing Kee wears the Distinguished Service Medal of the United States of America. Sing Kee Is for America—for her enough to lay down his life. Are you for America? Are you as good a man as Sing Kee? Then buy of the Victory Liberty Loan to the limit. BOLSHEVISM—ITS CURE President Wilson has asked for food to stop the wave of Bolshevism roll ing westward out of Russia. No in telligent person doubts the value of food as a first aid, but at bottom the security of our institutions rests upon the working interest the people take In those institutions. Citizens having no Interest in a government, no economic Interest in the success of that government, are apt to be the first victims of vicious propaganda or unbalanced political theorists. On the other hand men and women who have Invested ^ in their government either by way of conduct ing private enterprise under Its pro tection or through direct purchase of government securities have something at stake and desire to maintain stable Institutions. Such persons are not necessarily reactionists. They may be quite progressive and anxious 1 for reform where reform Is needed. Consequently the effective barrier to Bolshevism In America today is thrift and Investment. The philosophy must reach' Into the workshops of the nation. It is reaching Into those work shops and Into the schoolhouses of the nation in the form of the Thrift Stamp and the War Savings Stamp, Interest paying engagements of the United States government which can be bought for as low as 25 centb. When everybody In America Is buy ing Thrift and War Savings Stamps as a habit, one won't hear much about the I. W. W. In America. • It is the financial and patriotic duty of every American who loves real liberty to get the Thrift Stamp habit NOW. THE BIG FIVE Having subscribed for one, and \fto. And also three and four, You won't refuse to add, will you. The big five to your store? Continue to lend Uncle Sam your money. The security Is the safest In the world. The Investment Is profit able. Take all the War Savings Stamps you can. Be ready to subscribe when the Victory Liberty Loan la of fered. Don't forget that the war hills must be paid. Keep your War Stamps and buy more.