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Cottonwood chronicle. [volume] (Cottonwood, Idaho) 1917-current, May 23, 1919, Image 6

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Who Pays the Fiddler?
Somebody must
j^USICIANS must live the same as
" you, they cannot affordto play for
nothing.
Neither can the store that has more
than one price for its goods afford to
continue in business, unless the gross
profits are adequate to give a net profit
that is legitimate on its total invest
ment.
You buy an article at a certain price.
Your neighbor buys the sajne kind of
article at the price she offers to pay
which is,very much less than you paid
simply because she asked for a reduc
tion and you did'nt.
Who Pays the Difference?
A good store is a public institution Any store that charges you one
, .. u a 001 ,,uv price for an article and a different
and a community benefit. As such it
. , . . . f . price is made to your neighbor for the
is entitled to and must have a fair • , .__. f
same article is not worthy of. your
profit on its exchanges. patronage.
Ladies see our new
Silk Sweaters
COTTONWOOD MERCANTILE CO.
Where Quality Tells and Prices Sells
COTTONWOOD
ANDVICINITY
Personal Mention and Local
Happenings of the Week
FOR SALE—Small bunch of
Durham cattle. -Inquire at this
office. • 21-2p
Dr. J. W. Akin of Nezperce
was a Cottonwood business visi
tor Thursday.
Peter and John Fry of Ferd
inand were visitors in Cotton
wood Thursday. , .
A baby girl was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Kasper Sprute of
Keutervflle Sunday..
Theo. P. Tollefson of Grange
ville was a Cottonwood business
visitor Thursday.
John Hoene and Barney Seu
bert were business visitors at
Grangeville Wednesday.
FOR SALE—Several yearling
registered Hereford bulls. Cur
tis Miller, Nezperce, Idaho. 21-4
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welte are
the proud parents of a son who
arrived at their home last Fri
day.
H. H. Bennett was a business
visitor at Nezperce Sunday and
while there also took in the ball
game between Nezperce and
Cottonwood.
The Rev. Father Jerome of
Ferdinand was in Cottonwood
Monday in his car,having been
accompanied by Fr. Phelan of
Grangeville as far as Co ton
wood.
Mr. H. S. Merriam tho piano
tuner will be here Monday, May
26th. All those wishing to have
their pianos tuned kindly notify
the Sisters at St. Joseph's
School.
A large assortment of new
hats have just arrived for the
summer season. Buy early while
the line is yet complete. Miss
Wieber expects to leave within
two weeks. 21-1
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Jacobs of
Greencreek. accompanied by
Mrs. John Gilbertz of Ferdinand
and a sister of Mrs. L. N. Jacobs
from Seattle, were Cottonwood
visitors Wednesday with friends.
Chas. Meder, a lumber dealer
of the Keuterville section was in
Cottonwood Monday in connec
tion with some business mat
ters.
The Rev. Fr. Phelan was a
visitor in Cottonwood Monday
while enroute home from Win
chester where he held services
Sunday.
Joseph Schobér of Feidinand
was a Cottonwood business vis
itor Monday. While in the city
he made the Chronicle a pleas
ant call.
W. R. Rogers and son were
passengers for Lewiston Wed
nesday morning where they
went to accept two Oakland cars
for which Mr. Rogers is agent
on the prairie which he sold to
buyers here.
WANTED—Girl or woman
for general housework, small
family, no washing. Wages $40
per month. Must be good cook
and furnish references. Write
J. M. B., post office Box 466
Lewiston, Idaho. 21-lp
Frank Bowman, who recently
was discharged from the army
at Camp Lewis and who has
been spending the past week at
the home of his sister Mrs. Geo.
Medved departed Tuesday for
Butte, Montana where he will
visit with other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Holthaus
accompanied by their two young
sons departed Monday morning
for an exteded visit in the east.
They will make their first stop
at St. Cloud, Minn., where they
will visit with friends. From
Minnesota they will go to their
old home in Iowa. They also
intend to visit points in South
Dakota and Wisconsin before
returning home this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van
Deventer passed through Cot
tonwood Tuesday afternoon
from Twin Falls, Idaho in their
Studebaker car enroute to their
home at Grangeville. The Van
Deventers left Grangeville last
September for South Idaho. Mr.
Van Deventer stated that the
crops on Camas Prairie looked
better than any he seen on his
entire trip coming from South
Idaho. He also praised the new
highway that was built in the
Cottonwood district last fall and
stated it was as good a highway
as he had traveled over where
dirt was used in b uilding the
same. j
Chautauqua dates for Cotton
wood are June 18-23 inclusive.
For hail insurance. See Felix
Martzen. 16tf
When ready to plan that barn
see us. Hussman Lumber Co.
A dinner was given at the J.
F. Jenny country home last
Wednesday evening in honor of
Herman Seubert which was at
tended by a large number of rel
atives and friends.
A large number of Cotton
wood's young folks attended a
dance given last Saturday even
ing at the Stock Creek school
house by Frank Sonnen, Ed
Hendrickson and George Reed.
All report having had an excel
lent time.
A surprise party was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Brown at their home Wednes
day in honor of Mrs. Brown's
birthday by her friends. She re
ceived many beautiful gifts as
remembrances from her friends.
About 25 were present.
E. J. Nau the Overland car
dealer of Ferdinand was in Cot
tonwood Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Nau stated that the demand
for the Overlands throughout
the county has been very heavy
this year and that he expects to
sell several more this season.
Asa Jones and son, Lewis
pf the Salmon river section
passed through Cottonwod this
week enroute to Grangeville
where they closed a deal for the
holding of R. P..and William
Nash of the same section. This
now jnakes the Jones one of the
largest holders of cattle and
land in that section of the coun
try.
W. W. Flint who acted as
county phairman for the Vic
tory loan drive received the first
of the week six metals about the
size of a fifty cent piece from
the state chairman of the Vic
tory Loan Committee to be dis
tributed by him to persons
throughout the county who did
patriotic services for the vari
ous bond drives. The metal is
given out by the U. S. treasury
department and bears the fol
lowing inscription : "Awarded
by the U. S. treasury depart
ment for patriotic services in
behalf of the Liberty bonds."
The metals were made from
captured German cannons.
When ready to plan that bam
see us. Hussman Lumber Co.
County Assefesov Calvih Haz
elbaker was in Cottonwood Mon
day assessing thé various busi
ness houses in the city.
Hussman Luihber Company
Building Doctors
' Consultation Freè
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rooke and
family departed Monday morn
ing for Sweetwater, Idaho :
where they expect to make their |
future home.
Dr. J. E. Reilly was a visitor
at Moscow last Sunday ard
Monday having gone the.re to
visit a brother who has just re
turned from overseas.
Among those attending the
Elk's ihitiation at Lewiston last
Saturday were: C. A. Johnson,
William Nash, Norville Johns
ton, "Fat" Hamlin, P. Dye and
Clem Hussman and several oth
ers whose names we failed to
obtain.
William and Seth Jones of the
Salmon river section were Cot
tonwood business visitors
Thursday. They were herè to
receive some cattle which they
purchased recently and which
they will take to their ranches
in the Salmon river country.
James Sorenson of Nezperce
brought to Cottonwood last
Monday an Oakland car which
he delivered here to ]E. L. Par
ker who recently purchased the
machine at Nezperce. Mr.Soren
son returned to his home Tues
day morning by rail.
Mrs. George Behean and
daughters, Addie and Anna,
accompanied by Mrs. Walter
Brockman, all of Orangeville
were Cottonwood visitors Tues
day afternoon. They made the
trip in their big Buick which
the Behean's recently purchased
from the Hoene Hardware.
Hussman Lumber Co.—where
you get what you want when
you want it.
Senator N. B. Pettibone was
a visitor in the city Thursday
from his home near Grangeville,
Senator Pettibone was a dili
gent worker for the North and
South highway and was also
much interested in the road
being routed through Cotton
wood, which the citizens of
Cottonwood highly appreciate.
Safekeeping of
Liberty Bonds
►O GIVE better service, to Liberty Bond
* holders we have just installed a sys
tem of caring for these bonds whereby
they are kept in our safe under time
lock. We issue you a receipt for the
bonds and clip the coupons for you on
the dàte when they become due, credit
ing your account with the interest -
MEMBER
^FEDERAL RESERVE
SYSTEM
THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
COTTONWOOD, IDAHO
COTTONWOOD STATE BANK
Cottonwood, Idaho
Look Mr. Fanner
Is your growing crop insured against hail?
A hail policy in the Hartford may save your
entire year's labor.
Every policy is backed by an honorable record
of more than a hundred years and cash assets ot
over thirty six millions of dollars. Be safe rather
than sorry.
E. M. EHRHARDT, Pits. H. C. MATTHIESEN, Cashier
M. M. BELKNAP, Vice-Pres.
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When in Grangeville call at
"BRADBURY'S"
for your
Ice Cold Drinks
Cigars, Etc.
Hussman Lumber Company
Building Doctors
Consultation Free

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SATURDAY, MAY 24
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By
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|ji THURSDAY, MAY 29
MADGE KENNEDY in
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Riches
Do you think a million
dollars would make you
happy. It may, yet does
money mean happiness?
Keystone Comedy
"A Tell Tale Shirt''
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