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Cottonwood Milßng &
Elevator Company Ltd.
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Millers and Grain Dealers
Buyers of Livestock of all Kinds
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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-Boo Tank
a ge, oyster shells, sea shells, meat scraps, scratch feed, mash feed, mill feed, buck
\s; eat ' rc ^ et ^ oats > rolled barley, rolled wheat and pulverized feed of all kinds.
We buy in carload 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 ybur 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 s
Elevator Company Ltd.
I HaveYourCars
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
I
i
Smoke EL SANITAIRE CIGARS
For that mild after dinner smoke. 10c two for 25c
Havana 5, Skokum and Idanha
* . The 6c Cigar of Quality
OE ERESCH, Maker GRANGEVILLE, IDA.V
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
' VETERINARIAN
for Idaho and Lewis Counties
COTTONWOOD - - - IDAHO
Dr. C. Sommer
VETERINARIAN
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Conrad Bosse res., north end town
•oth Telephones.
H. H. Nuxoll
NOTARY PUBLIC
List you r farms 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.-Treas.
Meets 1st and 3d Saturday of each month at 1 pm
JOHN REILAND
Contractor and Builder. Estimates
furnished on any Class of Work.
Repairing promptly attended to.
H.TAYLOR
Lawyer
Bank of Camas Prairie Bldg.,
Orangeville, Idaho.
Practice in all the courts;
FELIX MARTZÈN
Real Estate, Loans, Fire and
Life Insurance
Insure in the Northwestern Mutual and
save 35 to 45 percent on your insurance
Dr. J. D. SHINNICK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON *
Butler Bldg,
Choice alfalfa hay for sale. Cot
tonwood Milling ft Elevator Co. 48tf
WANTS, FOUND AND FOR SAIF
FOR SALE—One Altman-Tay
lor threshing machine complete.
Inquire at this office. 20-3p
All kinds of garden seeds and
good dry onion sets at Baker &
Son. . 10-tf
We have received our new
Strauss Brothers sample book of
Taylor Made Clothes. Prices very
reasonable. Come in and let us
take your measure for that spring
suit. Fit guaranteed. J. V. Bak
er & Son. 10-tf
If you have missed seeing Dr.
Schilling on his last dates he will
again be in Cottonwood June 9
and 10. I7tf
Walter Robbins has begun the op
eration of a dray line and solicits the
business of the city. Leave erders at
the Cottonwood barn. 3tf
Anyone wanting a complete
tractor outfit see W. R Rogers,
Cottonwood, Idaho. 8-tf
Tip Top is made of hard wheat It
will give more loav'es of bettor bread
than any Hour on the market.
4tf. Cottonwood Milling Co.
WOOL—We are in the mar
ket to buy all ranch and range
wool. Mark Means Co., Lewis
ton, Idaho. 19-6
Choice*alfalfa hay and at right
prices.
4tf. Cottonwood Milling Co.
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
If it is good alfalfa hay who
want at the right price call on the
Cottonwood Milling & Elevator
Co. 9-tf
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
You feel different the minute
you take it—a gentle soothing
warmth fills the system. It's a
pleasure to take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Helps purify the
blood, drives out the germs of
Winter, gets you hustling, bustl
ing, full of life and energy. 35c.
Tea or Tablets. Theodore F.
Schaecher. 18-5
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. f>tf
For the Velie car see W. R.
Rogers. 13-tf
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.
Harry C. Cranke, auction
eer. Select your dates at the
Chronicle office.
Dr. Reily J. Alcorn Dr. Cora E. Alcorn
Office, Cottonwood Office, Ferdinand
ALCORN HOSPITAL
FERDINAND, IDAHO
Open to,all Reputable Physicians
MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT
Cottonwood National
Farm Loan Association
Long term loans on farm lands at 5J
»er cent Bring us your loan,
Edgar G. Fry Felix Martzen
• * Pres; ' Sec.-Treas.
Dr. W. S. Jackson
THE
Eyesight Specialist
' OF GRANGEVILLE
will be at Cottonwood Hotel
JTJlSrE 10-11
'T'HOSE suffering from iKeadache.
! x nervousness or stomach trouble
caused by eye strain would do well to
consult him.
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Tenth
J udicial District of the State of
Idaho- in and for the Coumv
of Idaho
JNO. I. MELVILLE, Plaintif,
vs. *
H. A. RENAUD, CARLOS HAR
MON, CHRIS NEILSON, M. A.
LUNGO, and W. O. MITCHELL
individually and as Directors and
Trustees or the Elk City Gold
Dredging Company, Limited, a
defunct corporation, and L. A.
MITCHELL, the wife of said
W G. MITCHELL and the un
known owners and the unknown
claimants of and in the property
described id the complaint in this
action, Defendants.
THE STATE OF IDAHO SENDS
Greetings: To H. A. Renaud, Car
los Harmon, Chris Neilson, M. A.
Lungo, and W. G. Mitchell, individ
ually and as directors and trustees of
the Elk City Gold Dredging Com
pany; Limited, a defunct corporation
and L. A. Mitchell, the wife of said
W. G. Mitchell, and the unknown
owners and the unknbwn claim&ints
of and in the property described in
the complaint in this action the above
named defendants.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint has been filop
against you in the District Court of
the Tenth Judicial District of the
state of Idaho in and for the
county of Idaho by the above-named
plaintif! and you are hereby directed
to appear and answer the said com
plaint within twenty days of the set
vice of this summons if served within
said Judicial District and within 40
days if served elsew here; and you are
further notified that unless you so ap
pear and answer said complaint with
in the time herein specified, the plain
till will take judgment against you as
prayed in said complaint.
The said complaint alleges that the
plaintif! is owner of and entitled to
the possession of the following de
scribed property situated apd located
in Idaho county, state of Idaho, to
wit:
A tract of land described as Lot 14
Block 5, in the townsiteof Elk City,
Idaho county, Idaho, according to the
plat thereof, filed with the recorder of
the said Idaho county, and according
to the survey thereof made by Wm.
C. McNutt, being the same property
described in Book 30 of deeds, page
646, of the reeords in the office of the
Recorder of said Idaho county, Idaho.
Also Lot 13 in Block 5, ip said
townsite of Elk City, Idaho county,
Idaho, according to the said plat
thereof.
Also all the following described
placer mining claims (in the north
half of the northeast quarter of south
west quarter, section 27, township 29,
north, rangeS; east Boise Meridian.)
Also the Golden Seal placer mining
claim (located in the east half of
northwest quarter, section 34, and
southeast quarter of Routhwest quar
ter, section 27, and in the south half
and the north half of the southwest
quarter, sectiou 27, township 29, N.
R. 8, E. B. M.)
AIro the Golden Seal Extension
Placer Mining claim (located in the
west half of'the northeast quarter,
section 34, and in the west half of the
northeast quarter, section 27, town
ship 29, N. R. 8, E. B. M.) and the
Beaver Dam Placer Mining claim
(located in the northeast quarter of
southwest quarter, section 27, town
ship 29, N. R. 8, E. B. M.) The
said claims being one and one-half
miles southwest of the town of Elk
City.
Also the Mable Placer Mining
claim, the Mable No. 2 Placer Min
ing claim, the Mable No. 3, Placer
Mining claim, the Mable No. 4, Pla
cer Mining claim, the Mable No. 5
Placer Mining claim (the last five
claims being located upon American
river, and all being adjacent or
closely adjacent claims, and being lo
cated in the Elk City Mining District
Idaho county, Idaho, the location no
tices of which are of record in the
office of the Recorder of Idaho county
Idaho in Book 46, pages 330, 327,
328, 331, and Book 54, pages 27, 73,
73, 74, and 75 respectively, all of
said mining claims being located in
Idaho county, Idaho, (which is the
property referred to in the title as de
scribed in the complaint); aDd asks
that the defendants and each of them,
be forever barred from asserting any
and all claims, estates, rights and title
therein and thereto adverse to the
plaintifi and that the plaintif! be de
creed to be* the absolute owner of said
property.
Witness my hand arid the seal of
said district court this 22nJ day of
April, 1919.
HENRY TELCHER, Clerk.
By HAROLD HARRIS, Dep.
[Seal] B. AUGER,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and
P. O. address, Grangeville, Idaho.
For hail insurance. See Felix
Martzen. 16-tf
For sale by till grocers. Tip Top
flour. Cottonwood Milling Co. 4tf
NOTICE OF SALE OF MUNI
CIPAL COUPON BONDS
Notice is hereby given, that
the board of commissioners of
Cottonwood Highway District in
Idaho County, State of Idaho,
intends to issue and sell, the
negotiable coupon bonds of said
district in the sum of $90,000.00
that the undersigned will re
ceive bids therefor until ten
o'clock A. M. on Monday, the
9th day of June A. D., 1919,
which bonds shall be in the de
nomination of one thousand dol
lars and bear interest at a rate
of not to exceed six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually.
One-tenth of the issue of said
bonds will be due after the ex
piration of ten years from the
date of the issuance and one
tenth of said bonds will be due
annually thereafter.
All bidders must specify the
lowest rate of interest and best
terms offered and must be ac
companied by a check (certified
by somé bank or trust company
doing business in Idaho county
or Nez Perce County, Idaho) in
the sum of $5.000.00 payable to
the order of M. A. Pierce the
treasurer of said highway dis
trict, to be forfeited to said
highway district as due and
liquidated damages if said bid
der fails to comply with his bid
after acceptance thereof by the
highway district. Unconditional
bids will be given preference.
Bids must be forwarded ad
dressed to the undersigned at
Cottonwood, Idaho in sealed en
velopes, plainly marked on the
outside "Bids for Cottonwood
Highway District Bonds." The
district reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
For further information, ad
dress Fred E. Butler. Lewiston,
Idaho.
M. A. PIERCE,
Secretary of Cottonwood High
way District. 20-8
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Mav
2, 1919. *
Notice is hereby given that Earl
Van Pool, of Spring Camp, Idaho,
who, on November 1, 1915, made
Homestead Entry, No. 06354, for
NWÜ, SW% NE*i, and W% SE%,
Section 25, and NE% NE&, Section
26, Township 29 North, Range 3
West, Boise Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make three vear
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Register
and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at
Lewiston. Idaho, on the 17th dav of
June, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry J. Walz, of Joseph, Idaho;
Walter H. Lemons, of Spring Camp,
Idaho; George J. Smith, of Spring
Camp, Idaho; Picket Chamberlin, ot
Boles, Idaho.
*9-5 _Henry Heitfeld, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. f
Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, Ma
2, 1919.
Notice „is hereby givqn that Mir
nie McConnell, of Spring Camp, Ids
ho, who, on March 7, 1916, mail
Homestead Entry, No. 06437, for Lc
2, SWÜ NEW., Sec. 5, Tp. 28 N., an
SMi NE 14, NMi SEÎ4, S«*. 32; SW 1 ,
NWü, Section 33, Township 29 N
Range 2 West, Boise Meridian, ha
filed notice of intention to mak
three year Proof, to establish clair
to the land above described, befor
the Register and Receiver, U. S. Lan
Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, on th
17th day of June, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Edward Davis, of Spring Camj
Idaho; William A. Spivy, of Sprin;
Camp, Idaho; W. M. Cattron, o
Spring Camp, Idaho; H. Saxbj
Boles, of Boles, Id^ho.
19-5 H enry Heitfeld, Register.
NOTICE TO CRSD ITORS.
In the probate court, county
Idaho, state of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of J
hann Bernard Geisse, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that lette
testamentary on the estate of Johai
Bernard Geisse, deceased, were grar
ed to the undersigned on the 9th di
of April, 1919 by the probate cou
of Idaho county. All persons havii
claims against said estate are requ
ed to exhibit them to us or either
us for allowance at the residence
either of the undersigned
Cottonwood, Idaho county, Idal
within ten mouths after the date
the first publication of this riotice
they shall be forever barred.
Dated this 18th day of April, 191
Aloys Holthaus
John Knopp
Joe Ublenkott
Executors of the will of Johai
Bernard Geisse, deceased.
A. S. Hardy
Attorney for Executors, Granj
ville, Idaho. First publicatic
April 25, 1919. 17
Stockholders' Meeting.
A regular annual meeting of t
stockholders of the Farmers Uni
Warehouse Co., Ltd., will be held
Odd Fellows hall on Saturday, Ju
14, 1919, at 1 p. m. for the purpe
of electing new officers for the eusui
r ear, and the transaction of any otb
ousi ness that may come before t
meeting.
IÄ-6 A. O. MARTIN. Secntai

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